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    	FAQ/Walkthrough		Gerad		Version .90		05/05/04
    
    
    
    
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     0. Table of Contents
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    0.   Table of Contents
    1.   Author's Note
    2.   Pokémon Numbers
    3.   Walkthrough for Johto
       3.01 Who Should You Choose?
       3.02 Who did your Rival Choose?
       3.03 Faulkner and The Zephyr Badge!
       3.04 Bugsy and the Hive Badge!
       3.05 Rival Battle #2
       3.06 Whitney and the Plain Badge!
       3.07 Morty and the Fog Badge!
       3.08 Rival Battle #3
       3.09 Chuck and the Storm Badge!
       3.1  Jasmine and the Mineral Badge!
       3.11 Pryce and the Glacier Badge!
       3.12 Rival Battle #4
       3.13 Clair and the Rising Badge!
    
    4.   Walkthrough for Kanto
       4.01.1 Elite Four Trainer: Will
       4.01.2 Elite Four Trainer: Koga
       4.01.3 Elite Four Trainer: Bruno
       4.01.4 Elite Four Trainer: Karen
       4.01.5 Elite Four Trainer: Lance
       4.02 Lt. Surge and the Shock Badge
       4.03 Sabrina and the Gold Badge
       4.04 Misty and the Cascade Badge
       4.05 Erika and the Rainbow Badge
       4.06 Janine and the Soul Badge
    
    5.   The TM and HM List
    6.   Gameshark Codes
    7.   Frequently Asked Questions
    8.   Breeding
    9.   Evolution
    10.  Items
    11.  Neat Things
    12.  Rare Pokémon
       12.01 Unown
    
    13.  Evoultion Chart
    14.  Mystery Gift
    15.  Battle Chart
    16.  Pokémon Move List
    17.  The Casino
    18.  Pokémon Locations
    19.  Daily Events
    20.  Pokémon Pikachu2 GS
    21.  Glitches and Errors
    22.  Coming Soon
    23.  Version History
    24.  Website Usage Terms
    25.  Copyright/Credits
    
    
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     1. Author's Note
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    	It's been nearly three years since the previous release of this FAQ. I was browsing
    the net and I happened to come across it. I'm suprised at how much of it I never got around
    to changing when the American version of the game came out. I instantly went to work.
    
    	So, here I sit, at 1:30 AM fixing up a lot of old mistakes, searching for a few
    more. The next release of this will certainly be the final release, so I want to make as
    much of it perfect before I finalize it and submit it for the last time. The walkthrough
    is nearly complete and translated, and before the next release, will have the details
    added to it that I missed the first few times rewriting it. Until next time, catch ya
    later!
    
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     2. Pokémon Numbers
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    	All of the Pokémon games feature different Pokémon, and Pokémon games on systems
    released after the games on this system feature new ID numbers. This is the numbering 
    system that was used on Pokémon games during the gameboy/gameboy color era.
    
    1.Bulbasuar		8.Wartortle             15.Beedrill
    2.Ivysaur               9.Blastoise             16.Pidgey
    3.Venasuar              10.Caterpie             17.Pidgeotto
    4.Charmander            11.Metapod              18.Pidgeot
    5.Charmeleon            12.Butterfree           19.Rattata
    6.Charizard             13.Weedle               20.Raticate
    7.Squirtle              14.Kakuna               21.Spearow
    
    22.Fearow               29.Nidoran (F)          36.Clefable
    23.Ekans                30.Nidorina             37.Vulpix
    24.Arbok                31.Nidoqueen            38.Ninetales
    25.Pikachu              32.Nidoran (M)          39.Jigglypuff
    26.Raichu               33.Nidorino             40.Wigglytuff
    27.Sandshrew            34.Nidoking             41.Zubat
    28.Sandslash            35.Clefairy             42.Golbat
    
    43.Oddish               50.Diglett              57.Primeape
    44.Gloom                51.Dugtrio              58.Growlithe
    45.Vileplume            52.Meowth               59.Arcanine
    46.Paras                53.Persian              60.Poliwag
    47.Parsect              54.Psyduck              61.Poliwhirl
    48.Venonat              55.Golduck              62.Poliwrath
    49.Venomoth             56.Mankey               63.Abra
    
    64.Kadabra              71.Victreebel           78.Rapidash
    65.Alakazam             72.Tentacool            79.Slowpoke
    66.Machop               73.Tentacruel           80.Slowbro
    67.Machoke              74.Geodude              81.Magnemite
    68.Machamp              75.Graveler             82.Magneton
    69.Bellsprout           76.Golem                83.Farfetch'd
    70.Weepinbell           77.Ponyta               84.Doduo
    
    85.Dodrio               92.Gastly               99. Kingler
    86.Seel                 93.Haunter              100.Voltorb
    87.Dewgong              94.Gengar               101.Electrode
    88.Grimer               95.Onix                 102.Execute
    89.Muk                  96.Drowzee              103.Exeggutor
    90.Shellder             97.Hypno                104.Cubone
    91.Cloyster             98.Krabby               105.Marowak
    
    106.Hitmonlee           113.Chansey             120.Staryu
    107.Hitmonchan          114.Tangela             121.Starmie
    108.Likitung            115.Kangaskhan          122.Mr.Mime
    109.Koffing             116.Horsea              123.Scyther
    110.Weezing             117.Sedra               124.Jynx
    111.Rhyhorn             118.Goldeen             125.Electabuzz
    112.Rhydon              119.Seaking             126.Magmar
    
    127.Pinsir              134.Vaporeon            141.Kabutops
    128.Tauros              135.Jolteon             142.Aerodactyl
    129.Magikarp            136.Flareon             143.Snorlax
    130.Gyrados             137.Porygon             144.Articuno
    131.Lapras              138.Omanyte             145.Zapdos
    132.Ditto               139.Omastar             146.Moltres
    133.Eevee               140.Kabuto              147.Dratini
    
    148.Dragonair           154.Meganium            160.Feraligatr
    149.Dragonite           155.Cyndaquil           161.Sentret
    150.Mewtwo              156.Quilava             162.Furret
    151.Mew                 157.Typhlosion          163.Hoothoot
    152.Chikorita           158.Totodile            164.Noctowl
    153.Bayleef             159.Croconaw            165.Ledyba
    
    166.Ledian              173.Clef                180.Flaffy
    167.Spinarak            174.Igglybuff           181.Ampharos
    168.Araidos             175.Togepi              182.Bellossom
    169.Kurobat             176.Togetic             183.Marril
    170.Chinchou            177.Natu                184.Azumarril
    171.Lanturn             178.Xatu                185.Sudowoodo
    172.Pichu               179.Mareep              186.Politoed
    
    187.Hopip               194.Ampharos            201.Unown
    188.Skiploom            195.Quagsire            202.Wobbuffet
    189.Jumpluff            196.Espeon              203.Girafairq
    190.Aipom               197.Umbreon             204.Skarmory
    191.Sunkern             198.Murkrow             205.Forrestress
    192.Sunflora            199.Slowking            206.Duglari
    193.Dunsparce           200.Misdreavus          207.Gligar
    
    208.Steelix             215.Sneasel             222.Corsola
    209.Snubble             216.Teddiursa           223.Remoraid
    210.Granbull            217.Ursaring            224.Octillery
    211.Qwilfish            218.Slugma              225.Delibird
    212.Scizor              219.Magcargo            226.Mantine
    213.Shuckle             220.Swinub              227.Wooper
    214.Heracross           221.Piloswine           228.Houndour
    
    229.Houndoom            236.Tyrogue             243.Raikou
    230.Kingdra             237.Hitmontop           244.Entei
    231.Phanpy              238.Smoochum            245.Suicune
    232.Donphan             239.Elekid              246.Larvitar
    233.Porygon2            240.Magby               247.Pupitar
    234.Stantler            241.Milktank            248.Tyranitar
    235.Smeargle            242.Blissey             249.Lugia
    
    250.Ho-oh
    251.Celebi
    
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     3. Walkthrough For Johto
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          You are about to embark on a long journey. When the game begins, you will notice
    that Professor Oak has overslept! He needs you to set the time for the game. Program in
    the correct time, and you will get Professor Oak's lecture.
    
          Professor Oak's comments will explain the world of Pokémon. If you played previous
    versions of Pokémon, you'll know what he's talking about.
    
          You will begin your journey in New Bark Town. you will be in your bedroom inside of
    your house. When you leave your room to go downstairs, you will be interupted by your
    mother. She will ask you what day of the week it is, and you will get your PokéGear. If you
    are not falmilliar with the PokéGear, you can have your mother explain it to you. Now you
    can go get your first Pokémon.
    
    	Leave your house, and head left. You'll notice a large building. This is Professor
    Elm's labratory. He will greet you, and ask you for a favor. He'll give you a Pokémon.
    Afterwards, outside, you'll notice someone spying in the window. Who could this be? You'll
    find out very soon.
    
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     3.01 Who should you choose?
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    	Chikorita
    		The grass type Pokémon. Only advanced players should choose Chikorita,
    for it is the hardest route to take when you are in jouhto, but it great for the second
    half of the game.
    
    	Totodile
    		The water type Pokémon and my favorite of the three. You will not encounter
    any hard trouble throughout the game with Totodile, because it has no real disadvantage at
    any gym.
    
    	Cyndaquil
    		The fire type Pokémon, and your best bet of the three. Jouhto will be easy,
    but the second half of the game won't. He is the most popular Pokémon of all of them.
    
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            After recieving your 'partner' Elm will then give you his number and tell you to
    call him if you ever need his assistance.
    
    	Continue along Route 29, collecting the items, and talking to the people. You may
    notice a building that leads north. This building does not serve a purpose in this part of
    the game. It will, however, be used later.
    
    	Make your way to the next town, Cherrygrove City. At the entrance of the town, you
    will notice an old man standing there. He has been a Pokémon Trainer for a long time, so
    he knows a lot about the world. Take his tour of Cherrygrove, and he will give you the
    map, which will be accessible through your PokéGear.
    
    	Heal your Pokémon, and head north out of town. Continue going north, until you
    reach a fork in a road. Inside this house, you will find a man that will trade you an Onix.
    Take the right fork, and you will eventually come across a building. Inside, Professor Oak
    will give you a Pokédex, and an egg, which was to be studied at Professor Elm's lab.
    
            Once you get outside, you will recieve a Phone Call on your Cell Phone informing
    you that a Pokémon has been stolen! He needs you to come to his lab immedeatly. As you
    reach the exit of Cherrygrove, you will bump into a person. This is the person who was
    lookig in Prof. Elm's lab earlier, and above all, the Pokémon Theif.
    
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     3.02 Who did your Rival Choose?
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    	This can vary. If you chose Chikorita, he will have Cyndaquil. This is because fire
    is super-effective against grass.
    
    	If you chose Totodile in the beginning, he will counter it with a Chikorita,
    because grass has an advantage against water.
    
    	Finally, if in the beginning of the game, you chose Cyndaquil, the fire type, he
    will have stolen Totodile, because his water Pokémon has an advantage against your fire
    type Pokémon.
    
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    	After you defeat your rival (or lose), return to Professor Elm's lab. He will be
    there with a police officer, and will ask you what the boy's name was. You will then be
    prompted to name your rival. Afterwards, the police officer will leave, and Professor Elm
    will examine the egg. His lab aid will give you 5 PokéBalls for your effort on your way
    out.
    
    	Take Cherrygrove city north, fighting trainers along the way until you come
    across the fork in the road. Take the left fork, and keep going north, until you come
    across a new town. Welcome to Cherrygrove City.
    
    	First, go all the way north in the town. You will come up to a very tall
    building. This is the Sprout Tower. This is the building where you'll be getting Flash! Go
    inside, fighting trainers. Eventually, you will reach the top of the tower. You will get a
    chance to see your Rival fighting the Leader there. He will lose, and leave the building,
    not challenging you to a match. You can now fight the leader of Sprout Tower.
    
    	After defeating Sprout tower, it is time to go to the Gym Leader, Falkner!
    
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     3.03 Faulkner and The Zephyr Badge!
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     Gym leader: Falkner
     For: Zephyr Badge
     Prizes: $900 and TM31
    
     Pidgey- If you picked Cyndaquil, he will work well against Pidgey. Totodile will also
    fare well. However, Chikorita is weak against flying type Pokémon, but if it was trained
    fairly, it should do well.
    
     Pidgeotto- You may find Pidgeotto a little more difficult than Pidgey, but it shouldn't
    be too much of a problem for you as long as you have a well balanced team. Use Sentret if
    you can. Depending on your version, you can have either Ledyba or Spiniarak.
    
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    	Congradulations, you have achieved your first badge, and by now, you should at
    least have your starting Pokémon evolved.
    
    	After exiting the gym, you receive a phone call from Prof. Oak. He tells you to
    pick up something important at the Pokémon Center. When you get to the Pokémon center,
    you will see one of Elm's aids. He will give you a Pokémon egg. The egg will hatch at
    about 2,000-3,000 steps.
    
    	Now proceed west of Voilet City. There is a tree-like Pokémon blocking your path!
    Oh well, you can still go south. Once you enter the building, you'll be in the Ruins of
    Aplh.
    
    	There are many things you will be able to do here later, but if you'd like, you
    can (It's Not Manditory) solve the Kabuto Puzzle, which will open a floor below you, and
    will allow you to catch a variety of Unowns. Unown has 26 different shapes- one for each
    letter of the alphabet! Try to collect them all later.
    
    	Follow the checkpoint that heads east to Route 32. Fight trainers along the way
    down. A man standing near the Pokémon Center will try to collect 1,000,000 Dollars from
    you but will not be able to do it, because you don't have enough. He will mumble
    something about kids today being loaded with money and will leave you alone.
    
    	SPECIAL: On Fridays, a girl will be just north of the Pokémon Center. Her name
    is Frieda and she will give you 'Poision Barb,' an item that raises the Pokémon
    eqqiped with it's Poision Attacks.
    
    	Enter the cave, and fight the trainers inside along the way. There aren't many,
    but fight them anyway to strengthen your team now, because it will pay off big time
    later.There really isn't much you can do in this cave now, but come back when you have
    surf to fully explore it.
    
    	SPECIAL: On Fridays, in Union Cave, after you have Surf, you can catch a Lapras.
    Lapras will appear even after you have caught it so you may catch as many as you'd like!
    
            After exiting the cave, you will find yourself on Route 33. Fight HIKER ANTHONY
    and get his Phone Number. He will supply you with information on some rare Pokémon
    later in your journey.
    
            When you get to Azalea Town, you will notice a strange man blocking the
    entrance to Slowpoke Well. Talk to Kurt, and he'll scare off the person, who you find
    out is a part of the New Team Rocket that has reformed after being expelled from the
    world 3 years ago. When you go down into Slowpoke Well, you will find Kurt injured
    and unable to move, You will have to remove of the remaining Team Rocket Members on
    your own.
    
    	Defeat the Team Rocket Members, and return to Kirts house. He will award you
    with a LURE BALL, a ball which gives you a higher chance of catching Pokémon you
    encounter while using a ROD to fish.
    
    	Now, you are able to go to The Azela Town Gym, where you will fight Bug-Type
    Pokémon.
    
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     3.04 Bugsy and the Hive Badge
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     Gym Leader: Bugsy
     For: Hive Badge
     Prizes: TM49, Pokémon up to Level 30 Obey
    
     Metapod - Lv.14 - An extremely easy Pokémon to beat. You may want to use one of your
    weaker Pokémon against Metapod to gain some easy levels.
    
     Kakuna - Lv. 14 - Another easy Pokémon to beat. Once again, you should be working on
    leveling up your weaker Pokémon for experience Points.
    
     Scyther - Lv. 16 - You've fought your easy Pokémon, and now it's time for a small
    challenge. If you chose Cyndaquil, Scyther will be VERY easy. Any other type of Pokémon
    strong against Bug-Types will fare well, too.
    
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    	After you defeat the gym leader, immedeatly go to the Pokémon Center and save your
    game. It's time to fight your Rival Again.
    
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     3.05 Rival Battle #2
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    For: [Nothing]
    
     Gastly - Lv 12 - Gastly will be easy if you have a normal Pokémon with an attack that
    isn't normal type. Gastly is unable to attack normal type Pokémon, and Normal type Pokémon
    are unable to attack Gastly.
    
     Zubat - Lv. 14 - Zubat shouldn't be difficult at all either. Any Pokémon will fare well
    against it. The only attack to look out for is Leech Life, which drains HP from you
    Pokémon and gives some of it to Zubat.
    
    	AND
    
     Croconaw - Lv 16 - If your Rival has Croconaw, it'll have Watergun. That is the only
    attack to watch out for. If you have Cyndaquil, don't use it here. Use a grass type
    Pokémon if avalible.
    
    	OR
    
    Bayleef - Lv. 16 - If your Rival Has a Bayleef, watch out for it's Razor Leaf attack! It
    has a great chance of getting a critical hit, which Can be very painful, considering
    critical attacks do 1.5 times the damage.
    
    	OR
    
    Quiliva - Lv. 16 - Nothing much to worry about here. Quiliva shouldn't be problem at all
    for you.
    
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    	Go north, into the Ilex Forest, where you'll soon discover that someone has lost
    their Farfetch'd. Help get the Farfetch'd back, and you will be rewarded with HM01, Cut.
    
    	Cut the shrub which was near the boy. That shrine you see that looks like a Mailbox
    is where you get Celebi in Crystal Version. In the Gold and Silver versions, it has NO use.
    It is mearly a decorative addition.
    
    	Continue along the path, and you'll eventually reach the exit.
    
    	You are now on Route 34. This route is important, because later in the game, you'll
    be comming here to breed Pokémon. Remember this location for that time. Make your way into
    the next town, Goldenrod City.
    
    	You'll probably need to level up before you go to this gym. The Gym leader,
    Whitney, is one of the hardest if you have lower level Pokémon. A few level ups will only
    help you out later in the game.
    
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     3.06 Whitney and the Plain Badge!
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    Gym Leader: Whitney
    For: Plain Badge
    Prizes: TM 45 (Attract), Strength outside of battle
    
    Clefairy - Whitney's level 18 Clefairy can either be a pain, or simple, depending on luck.
    I used a leveled Up Togepi's metronome on it. If Clefairy is a problem for you, you'd
    better go back and level up, because Whitney's next Pokémon Miltank, is even more hard.
    
    Miltank - Whitney also has a level 20 Miltank, which is one of the single most annoying
    things ever put on the planet. It has the Rollout attack, which attacks between 2-5 turns,
    with the damage increasing a lot each time. You'll need high levels and luck to
    successfully eliminate Miltank.
    
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    	When you defeat Whitney, you may notice she does not give you a badge! No, you have
    to talk to her to get your badge. Don't make this mistake, because I allready told you what
    to do when you beat her.
    
    	Now that you have the plain badge, go to the most north-eastern house in Goldenrod
    City. Inside, one of the ladies will give you the Squirtabottle. This is used for waking
    up Sudowoodo, the tree Pokémon that blocks your path.
    
    	Make sure you have stocked up on Great Balls- Sudowoodo isn't the easy to catch at
    all. Why do you want to catch him, you ask? Because he is rare, thats why.
    
    	After you defeat Sudowoodo, go east. Talk to the fat man standing there. He will
    reward you with TM08, Rock Smash, for your efforts. If you continue east, you'll come upon
    Voilet City, but you don't have to go here. Go left, then up from Sudowoodo, and fight the
    trainers. Eventually, you'll come upon a building. You are at the Nature Park. Tuesdays,
    Thursdays, and Saturdays, you'll be able to participate in the bug catching contest, where
    you have the oppertunity to catch Scyther, Pinsir, Beedrill, Butterfree, and a few other
    Bug Pokémon.
    
    	Leave Nature Park from the east, and fight the two trainers outside. You can get
    an Ice Berry from the plant here.  Continue east, then north. You'll arive in Ecruteak
    City.
    
    	Ecruteak City is the gateway to four rare Pokémon, three of which you are to free,
    and one, Ho-oh, which you catch in the Tin Tower later in the game. You should have your
    Pokémon around level 30, maybe even 35 if you want to even think about getting far. This
    gym battle will be tough, but it is worth it.
    
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     3.07 Morty and the Fog Badge!
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    Gym Leader: Morty
    For: Fog Badge
    Prizes: TM30 (Shadow Ball)
    
    Gastly- Morty has a level 21 Gastly, and this is his easiest Pokémon. You have to watch out
    for curse, it's most powerful attack, where it will stab itself for about half of its total
    amount of HP, then put a curse on you, where you can lose up to that amount of HP per turn.
    
    Haunter-  Morty's level 21 Haunter is a bit tougher than his Gastly, but it shows. You'll
    notice unlike Pokémon Red/Blue/Yellow, these Pokémon are trained with strategy in mind.
    He'll put you to sleep before using Dream Eater, or make sure you're parylized before
    using Curse.
    
    Gengar- Morty's level 25 Gengar is the most frusterating thing you have encountered thus
    far, and believe me, you may need to have serveral attempts before you can actually defeat
    it. Use strategy, and remember, Psychic Pokémon will fail you here.
    
    Haunter- This level 23 Haunter will use the same strategies as the previous Haunter did.
    Use the strategies you used against the previous Haunter.
    
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    	After the tough gym battle, go into a building in the eastern part of town. You'll
    know you're there when you see a stage with people dancing on it. This is the Eevee house.
    In here, you'll fight these trainers, known as the Kimono Girls. When you defeat them, a
    gentleman in this building will give you HM03, Surf.
    
    	Save, then head towards the building in the northern part of town, which is the
    Burned Tower. Before you can enter it's time for a...
    
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     3.08 Rival Battle #3!
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    For: Nothing
    
    Haunter- Your Rival has a level 20 Haunter, and boy, does this seem falmilliar? You should
    basically have the strategy to defeat haunter burned into your mind, so I'm not even going
    to tell you what to do.
    
    Zubat- He also has a level 20 Zubat, which should be a piece of cake. Use any electric
    attack avalible, which shouldn't be a problem if you have raised a Mareep from the
    beginning of the game.
    
    Magnemite- The Magnemite he has is level 18. Watch out for its Sonic Boom attack, which no
    matter what type you are, will take away 20 HP. Remember that Magnemite is Electric AND
    Steel.
    
    AND
    
    Croconaw- Your rival has a level 22 Croconaw which will be simple if you have any Pokémon
    with electric attacks. Even grass attacks will do well against this Pokémon.
    
    OR
    
    Bayleef- Your rival's Level 22 Bayleef may be a problem for you if you are facing it. It
    likes to use Razor Leaf, which has a high percentage rate of getting a critical hit. If
    you have a fire attack, you stand a chance against this Pokémon.
    
    OR
    
    Quiliva- He might have a level 22 Quiliva, which shouldn't be too hard for you. Just make
    sure you don't use Your Bayleef against it, because obviously type advantage will cause
    you to lose.
    
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    	Now you can go into Burned Tower, and use Rock Smash to get around. Don't worry
    about who you taught Rock Smash to, you can buy it at the Goldenrod City Dept. Store if
    you ever need it again. Fall down the pit, and walk up to the Legendary Creature Statues.
    They will spring to life and run away! You'll be able to fight them randomly throughout
    Johto's overworld from now on, but it'll be very rare, and they'll run from you before you
    can even try to catch them.
    
    	Leave the tower, and head west of Ecruteak City. You are now on Route 38. You will
    eventually come across a farm. Inside you'll learn that a Miltank has fallen sick, and it
    won't give milk. After about 7 Berries, Miltank will be cured, and you will recieve TM13,
    Snore, and Moo Moo Milk (Sound Falmilliar? *Cough*Zelda*Uncough*
    
    	Now, follow Route 39 south to the next town, Olivine City! When you first arrive,
    you should go to the Pokémon Center.
    
    	When you enter the gym, you'll notice besides the Dojo there, the gym is
    completely empty! What is a guy to do! Oh yeah, he's to go to the house left of the Pokémon
    Center. Inside the Café, a man will give you HM04, Strength. You now have to go to the next
    town, Cianwood City. To get there, take a Pokémon with surf (you can catch Staryu by Rod
    at night here) over the water south west. It'll be a long trip, and there will be many
    battles, but eventually, you'll end up in Cianwood City.
    
    	Once to Cianwood City, you'll notice it is not large at all! Go into the most
    southern building in town. This is the Poké Mart, although it has not been marked so. Go
    inside, and you'll talk to a person who will give you the SECRETPOTION, which will heal
    Jasmine's Pokémon.
    
    	When you recieve the item, go heal at the Pokémon Center, and bring a Pokémon
    with Strength equiped to the Cianwood City Gym. Inside, you will battle several
    trainers repeatedly, so be ready.
    
    	To get to Morty, use strength, and move the left and right boulder up, then
    move the middle boulder to either side-- it doesn't matter which.
    
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     3.09 Chuck and the Storm Badge!
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    Gym Leader: Chuck
    For: Storm Badge
    Prizes: TM01 (Dynamic Punch)
    
    Primeape - Chuck's level 27 Primape is a formadible opponent. Your best bet is to use a
    flying type Pokémon against it. Try to use fly as much as possible. Even putting it to
    sleep will help.
    
    Poliwrath - This Poliwrath is tough-- it's on level 30, and it has the dynamic punch
    attack, which will be able to wreck havoc on your Pokémon. Try putting it to sleep or
    paralyzing it before it gets the 'upper hand' on you.
    
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    	After defeating Chuck and recieving your new Storm Badge, his wife outside of the
    gym will reward you with HM02, Fly.
    
    	Something else interesting you might want to give a look-- a man inside the house
    in the northern part of town will print out pictures of you and your Pokémon if you hook
    up your GameBoy Printer BEFORE talking to him.
    
    	It's time to head back to Olivine City to face Jasmine for your Mineral Badge. I'd
    like to point out that this gym was exceptionally difficult for me, as I chose Totodile in
    the beginning of the game. You are able to skip this gym and come back to it later, but my
    strategy guide is not written that way. You'll have to figure out what you missed on your
    own.
    
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     3.1 Jasmine and the Mineral Badge!
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    Gym Leader: Jasmine
    For: Mineral Badge
    Prizes: TM23 (Iron Tail)
    
    Magnemite - The level 30 Magnemite looks easier than it actually is. You'll have to knock
    it out as best you can, hopefully with a fire Pokémon you've collected along the way.
    
    Magnemite - Use the same strategy you also used on the previous level 30 Magnemite on this
    Magnemite.
    
    Stelix - Onix sucked but this Pokémon makes up for that. You'll need brute strength and
    a fire Pokémon-oh yeah, don't forget to add a dash of luck. This Pokémon is extremely
    tough! Good Luck!
    
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    	After defeating Jasmine, you have to go east, past Ecruteak City and past Mt.
    Mortar, where you'll end up at Mahogany Town. When you get there, go north, where you'll
    eventually end up at the Lake of Rage. Try to avoid taking the path on the right, because
    you'll be forced to pay 1,000 for every building you go into courtesy of Team Rocket.
    
            After getting to the Lake of Rage, surf into the lake, and save. You'll now be
    prompted to fight the Red Gyarados just chillin' there. It is rare, so I suggest you cap-
    ture it if you can. Weather or not you capture it, it does not matter, after the battle,
    you'll get a RED SCALE, which you can trade to Mr. Pokemon for an Item Finder.
    
    	When you get out of the water, you'll notice Lance, the dragon Pokémon trainer
    standing there, impressed with what you have just done. He will ask you if you could help
    him investigate the town PokéMart. It is rumored to be run by Team Rocket.
    
    	Go to the town PokéMart. Inside, you will meet up with Lance, who has discovered
    a secret pathageway to the basement of the Pokémart. Follow him downstairs, and be pre-
    pared to fight a horde of Team Rocket trainers. Some items you won't want to miss here
    include TM46, Thief, Protien, and a Nugget. The rest aren't as important.
    
    	Eventually, you'll have to shut down the power in this area. The only way to do
    this, sadly, is to...DESTROY THE ELECTRODES!
    
    	When the Electrodes are all gone, you will have completed this quest, and Lance
    will reward your hard work with HM06, Whirlpool.
    
            Finally, now that you've destroyed the generator, Lance will award
    your hard work with an, HM06, the whirlpool remover HM.
    
    	Now you are able to go into the Mahogany Town gym, where you will face Pryce,
    the gym leader there. He shouldn't be hard for you if you've been gradually leveling up
    your Pokémon.
    
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     3.11 Pryce and the Glacier Badge!
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    Gym Leader: Pryce
    For: Glacier Badge
    Prizes: TM46 Icy Wind
    
    Seel - Pryce's Level 27 Seel shouldn't be a problem for you if you have a Pokémon, such as
    Denryuu with an Electric Attack.
    
    Dewgong - Being level 29 and an evolution of Seel, Dewgong will only be a bit tougher than
    Seel. Once again, Electric Punch, will take it out after a Thunderwave to Parylize it.
    
    Piloswine - Piloswine is on level 31, and it is Pryce's strongest Pokémon. Any Electric
    or water attack should easily take out Piloswine, because of its Ground attributes. Good
    Luck! ;-)
    
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            Once you step outside the gym, you will recieve an urgent PhoneCall from Professor
    Elm informing you that Goldenrod City has been overrun with Team Rocket! They have taken
    over the Goldenrod Radio Tower, and they need your help! Weather you want to or not, you
    have to do this if you'd like to get into the Blackthorn City gym.
    
    	Head on over to Goldenrod City courtesy of Fly. Once there, head north of the
    Pokémon Center. You have to use the UnderGround tunnel to get to some places, so remember
    about it.
    
    	Once inside the Radio Tower, Pass up to the second floor. You'll notice you are
    now able to get up to the third floor, because the person once guarding your entrance has
    moved.
    
    	Work your way up the tower, fighting as many trainers as you can along the way,
    until you reach the fifth floor, where the 'fake' station manager will give you the
    BASEMENT KEY once you defeat him in a Pokémon battle.
    
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     3.12 Rival Battle #4
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    For: Nothing
    
    Magnemite - You rival's weakest Pokémon, Magnemite, shouldn't be a problem for a ground-
    type Pokémon because of it's effectiveness and Magnemite's weakness to it. It is on level
    29.
    
    Golbat - A Level 30 Golbat is flying, and your electric Pokémon should have no problem
    with it. Avoid it's confuse ray attack by taking it out quickly.
    
    Haunter - Level 30... Haunter... Thats all I need to say. Haunter has always been a problem
    for us, but if you have been leveling up like you should, it should be a piece of cake.
    Literally.
    
    Sneasel - Sneasel is on level 32, and it's your rival's newest and toughest Pokémon
    addition to his team, which depending on your team, could be easy or tough. It's a dark
    and ice Pokémon- which is original, so try to avoid using a Psychic Pokémon and try fire
    attacks.
    
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    Ferilagater, Typhlosion, or Meganium
    
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            Now you have to go to the underground tunnel. You'll be able to open the once
    locked door with the BASEMENT KEY you got from the Fake Station Manager. You'll end up
    in a room with three switches. You'll have to flip them in the correct order to open
    up the path to go on the elevator. The correct combination is starting on the very right,
    flip the switch once, then move right to the second switch and flip it once. Finally,
    flip the third and final switch only once. You can now take the Elevator, after a few
    Pokémon battles on the way there.
    
    	You'll end up underground in the basement. Make sure you get TM35, Sleep Talk
    while you're on this floor. You'll find the real Station Manager hiding here behind boxes.
    He'll give you the keycard, so you can go back to the Radio Tower and open the locked door
    from before.
    
    	Once back at the Radio Tower, and unlock the door which was previously locked,
    and work your way up the stairs. You'll eventually fight the Rocket Trainer you fought
    before with Lance. After you defeat everyone here, if you are playing Gold Version, you'll
    be rewarded with the Rainbow Wing, used for catching Ho-oh, but if you're playing Silver
    version, you'll get the Silver Wing, used for catching Lugia.
    
    	Once this event is cleared, head back on over to Mahagony Town and head eastward.
    You should face all of the trainers here, and if you go surfing in the water, you can go
    to a middle area, where you are able to catch Likitung, which is a Pokémon Bill's Grand-
    father will want to see later in the game when you are getting evolutionary stones.
    
    	Enter the cave you come up to. This is Ice Path, which is an area full of tricky
    mazes. The first maze might be hard for you, so I've included the solution to it. Stand
    right below the ice, and follow the following directions...Go up, left, up, right, up,
    right, down, left, up, left, down, right, down, right, up, and right.
    
    	After you complete the maze, instead of going up the ladder to the next level,
    go on the next maze, so you are able to get HM07, WATERFALL.
    
    	There is another maze. I am not going to solve it for you. It is impossible via
    a text walkthrough to solve it. Figure it out on your own, it's not too tough.
    
    	When you arrive in the next town, you'll be all set and prepared to go to get
    your eighth badge from Clair, the Blackthorn City gym leader.
    
    	I'd like to point out that there is a person in town who will allow your Pokémon
    to forget moves they previously learned. This includes HM moves! This is good because it
    was not previously able to be done in older versions of Pokémon games!
    
    	You'll need a Pokémon with the Strength move to move the boulders in this gym so
    you can access the gym leader. Here we go...
    
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     3.13 Clair and the Rising Badge!
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    Gym Leader: Clair
    For: Rising Badge
    Prizes: TM 24 (Dragon Breath)
    
    Dragonair - It's on level 37, and this Dragonair will be no problem at all if you've
    prepared a Pokemon with an ice attack for the occasion.
    
    Dragonair - Level 37 again, and identical in attacks, you should use the same strategies
    you used with the previous Dragonair.
    
    Kingdra - The evolution of Seaking, Kingdra is pretty tough. It's a water/dragon type
    though, so ice attacks will only do normal damage, as well as electric attacks. You'll have
    to invent your own strategies.
    
    Dragonair - Level 37. Wow. How Original. I'm glad she successfully thought of a well bal-
    anced team. Use the same strategies as the previous Dragonairs.
    
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    	After defeating her, she will not reward you with your badge. You have one more
    test to feat, and it's a simple one, so don't worry. You are required to go (with surf)
    behind the gym (make sure you bring along a Pokémon with Whirlpool too) and get the Dragon
    Fang. Once you get the item, she'll come and reward you with your prize.
    
    	Professor Elm will call you and you should pay him a visit. He will give you
    information on the next quest he has for you-- a visit to Kanto!
    
    	If you are playing Gold version, you might want to go and Pick up Ho-oh before you
    go out to Kanto, and if you are playing Silver Version, you might find it necessary to go
    and get Lugia for your battles.
    
    	Heal your Pokémon and from Wakaba Town, surf east. You are in Kanto, which ends
    your Johto section walkthrough. Congratulations!
    
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    	Well now you've oficially crossed over into Kanto and it's time to fight the Elite
    Four! You're on the way to completing the game!
    
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     4.01.1 Elite Four Trainer: Will
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    Xatu - Will packs a Xatu as his first Pokémon. Obviously, it's going to use psychic and
    ice attacks- a powerful combination. Try using a flying Pokémon move against it but be
    careful- Flying Pokemon are weak against Ice attacks.
    
    Slowbro - Being water and psychic, Slowbro is very powerful, yet very slow. Try electric
    attacks against it, but don't neglect to remember Slowbro is still strong.
    
    Xatu - This is a replica of the last Xatu. Use the same strategy as you did for the
    previous Xatu.
    
    Jynx - Like Xatu, Jynx is another psychic and ice Pokémon. It's defense is extremely low
    which means nearly any Pokémon could take it out. Try attacking it physically rather than
    with special attacks for its special rating is through the roof.
    
    Exeggutor - Exeggutor is a grass and psychic Pokémon. Try a Fire attack- if you're using
    Gold version Ho-oh should do the trick.
    
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    Ariados - A bug Pokemon. Hopefully, you have a flying or fire attack ready to take it out.
    It shouldn't be a problem for you.
    
    Venomoth - Yet another bug Pokemon that will be difficult if you do not have a fire or
    flying attack. It will try to use powerful psychic attacks, so be ready and prepared for
    them.
    
    Muk - Muk is tough, and that is because it has such a high defense rating. Use your most
    powerful attacks, and try to avoid switching Pokemon if there are spikes on the ground
    thanks to Forretress.
    
    Crobat - Being the evolved form of Golbat, it has strong flying and highly annoying
    poision attacks. A fire attack should be able to take it out.
    
    Forretress - This Pokemon will like to annoy you with the spikes attack, which will take
    about 1/8 of any Pokémon's HP that you switch to, making it difficult to level up weaker
    Pokemon using the switching method. Try knocking it out with a fire attack.
    
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    Hotmontop - I guess Nintendo ran out of idea's when creating new Pokémon... Just take it
    out with a flying attack and quickly forget about this Pokémon.
    
    Hitmonchan - The Punching fiend. It will use various elemental punches, so there really
    isn't a Pokémon that isn't weak against it. Once again, a flying Pokemon comes in handy.
    
    Hitmonlee - The Kicking fiend. It uses various kicking attacks, but they aren't elemental
    this time around. Go ahead, use another flying type.
    
    Machamp - A Pokémon with high attack power, but low defense. A quick flying Pokemon yet
    again shall do the trick.
    
    Onix - Onix is simple Pokémon that shouldn't be too hard if you have a water or grass
    Pokémon. Even the simplest move of these types will take care of it in one hit.
    
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    Umbreon- The dark evolution of Eevee, Umbreon shouldn't prove to be too tough if you don't
    use a psychic Pokémon.
    
    Vileplume - A grass type Pokémon that should be easy for (drum-roll) a flying type Pokemon
    
    
    Gengar- Remember Ecruteak's Gengar? This is the same thing, only much harder. Again, it
    has curse, which will stab itself, and attack you very much after or before every turn. Be
    careful and make sure you have a strong and quick Pokémon.
    
    Murkrow - A very fast, but not too strong Pokémon that looks much like Spearow. It takes
    advantage of it's swiftness and tries to destroy you with it's attacks. A fire, electric,
    or ice type move should do the trick.
    
    Houndoom - A fire type dog Pokémon of the evil type. It has many strong attacks, so make
    sure you have a water type Pokémon handy.
    
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    Gyarados - A Dragon and Flying type Pokémon, which is EXTREMELY weak against electric
    attacks. One electric attack from an electric Pokémon will do 12x the damage it would have
    done if it were a regular attack.
    
    Dragonite - An extremely strong Pokémon, and it's not any more relieving to know that Lance
    has three of them. Use an ice atack, or Slash if you have it and pray it get's a critical
    hit.
    
    Dragonite - Use the same strategy you used on the previous Dragonite.
    
    Dragonite - Once again, used the same strategy you used on the previous two Dragonites.
    
    Aerodactly - A very Powerful, yet slow, Pokémon. It will use the hyper beam attack as often
    as it can. Try using a water, electric, or an ice attack to defeat it.
    
    Charizard - Lance's Charizard will have a hyper beam attack, just like all the other ones.
    Be quick, because not only is this Pokémon vry powerful, it has few weaknesses.
    
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    	After you defeat these trainers, I'd like for you to attempt to give yourself a pat
    on the back. Not only have you defeated 5 trainers in a row, you're well on your way to
    finishing the game. You're over half way done!
    
    	You'll see Mary and Professor Oak come and Mary very eager to interview you. Lance,
    however, will become annoyed with the noise and induct your Pokémon into the hall of fame.
    The credits will roll, and if they're annoying you, you can push the B button to scroll
    through them quickly. When they finish rolling, don't turn off your game, you aren't done.
    
            Go to Professor Elm's labratory and he'll give you the boat ticket. This ticket
    will allow you to take the S.S. Aqua, which you can board in Olivine City.
    
    	Hop on board and fight the trainers on it for experience which you'll be needing
    for later on. You'll find that a man on board has lost his grandaughter. He needs you to
    help him find her. You'll find her when you get to the Captain's room later in the ride.
    
            When you get off, you'll notice something falmilliar. You're in Vermillion City!
    You're not done the game, you have 8 more gym leaders to defeat! Feel free to look around
    and enjoy the sites. One thing I've noticed, however, is the area where the guy was
    making a building is not a building still! Jeez, some people are lazy!
    
    	Well anyway, it's time to go and fight and earn your 9th gym badge, the
    Shock Badge! Your opponent is Lt. Surge, and (thankfully) unlike before, you don't
    have to solve the trashcan maze in his gym to get to him. I reccomend, however, you
    fight the trainers there before you go on to him.
    
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     4.02 Lt. Surge and the Shock Badge!
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    Gym Leader: Lt. Surge
    For: Thunder Badge
    Prizes: $4600
    
    Raichu - Lt. Surge's most powerful Pokémon, Raichu, likes to use strong electric attacks.
    A strong ground type Pokémon should be all you need to defeat it, and if you don't have
    one, you're in trouble.
    
    Magneton - Lt. Surge's most annoying Pokémon, Magneton, likes to use Sonic Boom, which
    no matter what advantage or disadvantage there is, will do 20 damage, which after a few
    turns, adds up to a lot.
    
    Electabuzz- A strong and fast Pokémon, that, like Raichu uses strong electric attacks. It
    is a pure electric type Pokémon, so rock or ground with an ice move, maybe a Kabuto or 
    Kabutops will be perfect. 
    
    Electrode- A weak, but fast electric Pokémon, Electrode won't really be much of a 
    challange for you. Use an ice or rock type to defeat it. 
    
    Electrode- Use the same strategy as you used on the previuos Electrode to beat it.
    
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            After easily defeating Lt. Surge, it is time to go to Saffron City. Once you get to
    Saffron City, you'll notice that Silph. Co. Has been blocked off by a guard who won't let 
    you go upstairs. Anyway, we aren't worrying about Silph. Co. right now. We are worrying
    about your tenth badge right now. You have to fight Sabrina. After all these years, she is
    still working as a Pokémon Gym Leader. Her gym is exactly the same, and the trainers are 
    still there. This time, it is harder to avoid gym trainers in her gym because the trainers
    in this game don't face one singular direction as they did in previous games. You might 
    find it wise to fight all of the trainers in this gym to further build up your Pokémon.
    Now it's time to fight Sabrina...
    
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     4.03 Sabrina and the Gold Badge!
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    Gym Leader: Sabrina
    For: Marsh Badge
    Prizes: $4800
    
    Mr.Mime- An simple, yet highly annoying Pokémon, Mr.Mime will mimic your attacks and 
    minimize itself during battle to highten its evade.
    
    Alakazam- A Very powerful, but also very weak defensive Pokémon, Alakazam uses pure psychic
    moves, so be careful. Try to use strong physical attacks rather than special moves, as this
    Pokémon's special defense if through the roof!
    
    Eifi- Another weak Pokémon, maybe a little bit stronger, Eifi will also use psychic
    attacks, so be careful.
    
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    	Depending on which Pokémon you brought with you, Sabrina was either a piece of 
    cake, or a nightmare. Reguardless, She wasn't nearly as difficult as she was in Pokémon 
    Yellow.
    
    	Before anything, go to the power plant near Cerulean City. You will have to surf to 
    get there. Once inside, talk to everybody. When you are leaving, someone will say something
    to you. Leave the power Plant.
    
            Now you have to go to Cerulean City. When you get there, you will notice that the 
    place looks pretty much the same. However, when you go into Misty's gym, you'll notice that
    the gym is empty. A Team Rocket trainer will bump into you and leave. After you leave the 
    gym, go north. You will be going in the direction where Bill's lighthouse used to be. You 
    will fight the Rocket Trainer you met in the gym and he will confess to you after you beat 
    him that he hid something in the Cerulean City gym.
    
            Take the piece that you got from the gym and go to what used to be the power plant 
    in older Pokémon games. The person here will thank you and give you a TM, and you are now 
    eligible for a radio upgrade. Go back to Lavander town and go in the radio station. The man 
    standing looking at the wall will give you a radio upgrade, which allows you to awaken 
    the Snorlax.
    
            It isn't over yet. Now you must go to Vermillion City, and enter the Pokémon Lovers
    Club. A man sitting at the table will give you his Pokémon doll that was sitting next to 
    him. Remember copycat, from Saffron City in Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green? She of course 
    still loves dolls, and does a really creepy impression of you, but when you bring her the 
    doll, she will give you an item that will allow you to travel between the two maps much 
    easier.
    
            Go back to the gym. In the little pool in the middle, you will find what the trainer 
    was talking about, a missing part that belongs to the power station in the left upper corner. 
    When you reach what used to be Bill's lighthouse, you will find Misty, who's getting her
    smoochies on. She will then return to her gym, suprised from what just happened. Don't surf 
    in the waters to get it. It is in the upper right hand area which can be obtained without 
    ever going into the water. What you're going to notice is, unlike the last two trainers, 
    Misty isn't as simple as you might like.
    
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     4.04 Misty and the Cascade Badge!
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    Gym Leader: Misty
    For: Cascade Badge
    Prize: $4700
    
    Golduck- Has Misty finally evolved her Psyduck? It appears so. Golduck will have some 
    strong water attacks, so use an electric or grass type to defeat it. 
    
    Quagsire - Quagsire's unusual types may confuse you at first. It has some tough moves, so 
    you might want to put this one down with a grass type move. Preferably one that restores
    your health as you damage it.
    
    Lapras- Lapras is a bit more tough than the previous Pokémon Misty has used. It's got a high
    defense rating, so you might want to try to pound away at it with an electric type. It's
    really your best bet.
    
    Starmie- Starmie is another Psychic/Water combination, and it's recover is going to really
    annoy you. It recovers and is equipped with some powerful moves. You might want to take your
    chances using some strong electric moves that might not have the best accuracy (Thunder, 70%
    accurate, probably your best bet.) if you plan on prevailing in this battle.
    
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            After defeating Misty, you probably want to relax, have a drink, ya know, kick off
    the shoes. But there's no time for that. Let's worry about getting your 12th badge. So head
    towards the center of the action, Celadon City. You can play slots here, just like you could
    in previous Pokémon games, and the enormous Pokémart is still hangin' around. If you go in 
    the back of the house, you won't get an Eevee like you could before, and a floor has been cut 
    off of the place. I wonder what they did with that floor. You can go around front of the same
    building and still look at the programmers things.
    
    	Alright, so you're standing outside of the gym, and you're warming up just like Rocky
    did. Let's head on in!
    
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     4.05 Erika and the Rainbow Badge!
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    Gym Leader: Erika
    For: Rainbow Badge
    Prize: $4600, TM19 (Giga Drain)
    
    Tangela - It's annoying wrapping moves won't be a problem if you take it out early. Tangela
    doesn't really have high stat ratings, so use a strong physical or special attack to take
    it out.
    
    Jumpluff - Again, strong physical or special attacks will take this one out.
    
    Victreebel - It's really into using status alignment changing moves, so you might want to
    have some items ready to cure poisions and such. Take it out with a fire type move if you've
    got any.
    
    Vileplume - Vileplume is going to pose almost identical threats that Victreebel posed. Try
    taking it out the same way you did the previous Pokémon.
    
    Bellossom - Bellossom isn't as difficult as the other Pokémon, but again, it will try to 
    change your status before it attacks you. Try to eliminate it before it can do this.
    
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            After defeating Erika, you now must take the Bicycle path down the trail. You'll
    want to fight the trainers on your way down to further level and experience your Pokémon
    for the next gym. When you reach the bottom, you will go right and end up in Fushia City. 
    The town is almost perfect... Until you find out that the Safari Zone has been removed! 
    Go in the houses and talk to the locals. Now you can get your 13th badge! The leader in this 
    gym is obviously not Koga. It's Koga's daughter!
    
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     4.06 Janine and the Soul Badge!
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    Gym Leader: Janine
    For: Soul Badge
    
    Crobat - It's going to want to suck your health, and may poision you, an electric type
    will knock it out in no time.
    
    Ariados - Another Pokémon that's going to want to change your status, so try to kill it
    before it can put an annoying poision spell on  you.
    
    Weezing - The first of two Weezings, you'll find that they have relatively strong attacks,
    and their movesets are identical. Take it out with whatever you've got, and hopefully
    you won't have too much trouble.
    
    Weezing - Use the same strategy you used to defeat the previous Weezing.
    
    Venomoth - Venomoth is going to try to put you to sleep, and that can get annoying if you
    don't have anything to cure it. Make sure you had items prepared for this, Janine will 
    try to heal this Pokémon if it gets too low on health. Electric or Psychic should do the
    trick.
    
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            After defeating Janine, It is time to awaken the Snorlax that was previously 
    blocking your path.
    
            Using your upgraded radio, fly back to Vermillion City, and go to the Snorlax. Tune
    into the second to last station, and push A. The music will begin to play. When the music 
    begins to play, return to the game and talk to the Snorlax. It will wake up, and like 
    before, attack in a grumpy manner.
    
            The Snorlax is a great Pokémon to catch. It heals itself after every move it does, 
    and when it rests, it will do a very harmful attack. It also still has headbutt. It will
    also learn Hyper Beam at level 57! However, the fact that it slightly heals itself after 
    every attack, even while sleeping, makes this Pokémon very difficult to catch. I finally 
    used my Master Ball on this one. It was a wise decision, if you ask me.
    
            After the battle with Snorlax, go in the cave that was blocked by it. You are in 
    Diglett's Cave. You may catch a Diglett if you want. Dugtrio's also randomly appear as they
    did in previous games.
    
            When you come out of the cave, you will find yourself just South of Pewter City. 
    Brock is the gym leader here.
    
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     4.07 Brock and the Boulder Badge!
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    Gym Leader: Brock
    For: Boulder Badge
    Prize: $4200
    
    Graveler
    | Onix                  |
    | Rhyhorn               |
    | Omastar               |
    | Kabutops              |
    -------------------------
    
            After defeating Brock, go east to Mt. Moon. When you get to Mt. Moon,
    you will encounter your rival for the first time in a long time. This may or
    may not be the final time you battle her, but she is strong, and she appears
    to be going somwhere important after you defeat her. Go upstairs, and into
    the house. Face the man. Tune into the same frequency you tuned into
    for Snorlax. This is supposedly a way to obtain Serebii, but has not
    been proven.
    
    you'll need to go south. You can try to stop
    at the Viridian City gym, but no one is there...At least now.
    Instead, go south, until you reach Pallet Town. Go inside Prof.
    Oak's Lab and talk to him. He will tell you to go face the Seafoam
    Island Gym leader, because Cinnibar Island no longer has people
    living on it. Talk to Professor Oak's mputer also.
    
            Surf to Cinnibar Island anyway, and talk to the mysterious person
    here. He will shoot up into the sky and leave. Could that have been Gary Oak?
    
            Keep surfing to Seafoam Island, fighting trainers along the way, and
    eventually you'll get there. Inside the place, you'll meet up with Blane.
    -------------------------
    | Gym Leader: Blane     |
    | For: ?                |
    | Magakarugo            |
    | Rapidash              |
    | Magmar                |
    -------------------------
    
            After defeating Blane, you should return to Pallet Town and talk to
    Prof. Oak again. He will tell you to go to the Viridian City gym. Go North,
    heading for the gym, and fight any missed trainers. Finally, when you get to
    the gym, you will see that it is no longer empty. There is one person in
    here, and his name is.......Gary!
    -------------------------
    | Gym Leader: Gary      |
    | For: ?                |
    | Pidgeot               |
    | Alakazam              |
    | Exeguttor             |
    | Rhydon                |
    | Arcanine              |
    | Gyrados               |
    -------------------------
    
            Gary is not so easy. He may take numerous tries to beat. Use a good
    strategy, but remember, unless you know Japanese, there is no way of telling
    what Pokémon he will use next, for every trainer uses Pokémon in different
    orders.
    
            After you beat Gary, you now have 16 badges! It isn't over yet. go
    back to Pallet Town and talk to Professor Oak. He will tell you that there is
    something related to Pokémon that is sure to suprise in the mountains.
    
            Once again, go back to Viridian City, but head west, and go to where
    Pokémon League used to be. When you enter the building, keep going west, and
    go out the door. You will now be in the mountains that Prof. Oak was talking
    about. The Pokémon here are extremely strong. There is a Pokémon Center here
    also which also allows you to fly back here at any given time.
    
            Eventually, you will come across a cave in which you need Flash to
    see. Collect the items here and make your way through the cave. The final
    room in the cave will hold none other than the famous Pokémon Trainer Ash
    Ketchum himself! Talk to him, he will not say anything. You will just begin
    battling him.
    ------------------------------------------------|
    | Final Battle: Ash Ketchum                     |
    | For: Bragging Rights                          |
    |                                               |
    | Pikachu- Lv. 81- A rock type Pokémon such as  |
    | an expirenced Donphan should be able to take  |
    | out Pikachu easily.                           |
    |                                               |
    | Efi- Lv. 79- A psychic evolution of Eevee that|
    | is one of the hardest Pokémon Ash will use.   |
    | have something good or it's Psychic moves can |
    | easily take out any of your Pokémon quickly.  |
    |                                               |
    | Blastiose- Lv. 77- I had the final showdown   |
    | between the Blastoise and my Odairu, used     |
    | Slash, and knocked out the Blastoise with only|
    | a little bit of trouble.                      |
    |                                               |
    | Venusaur- Lv. 77- Constantly takes advantage  |
    | of being a grass type by using Solar Beam and |
    | Razor Leaf.                                   |
    |                                               |
    | Charizard- An easy Pokémon. If you have a     |
    | water type, he/she should be very easy to     |
    | defeat.                                       |
    |                                               |
    | Snorlax- Lv. 79-Possibly Ash's hardest Pokémon|
    |  He constantly heals himself and uses very    |
    |  stong moves. Good luck!                      |
    -------------------------------------------------
    
            After you defeat Ash, the credits will roll.
    Congradulations, you have completely beaten the game! Every couple
    of days, Ash will return to the mountain if you want to rematch him
    or just get plain old experience.
    
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
     5. The TM and HM List
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    	Not all of the TM's are here, but I have gotten a hold of a list. The numbers to
    the right of the TM are the digits you can use if you use a Gameshark. Use the Gameshark
    codes with the Item Modifier code.
    
    TM Number	Move		GameShark Code
    
    1.  		Explosive Punch     	71
    2.  		Headbutt               	72
    3.  		?????               	73
    4.  		Body Slam           	74
    5.  		Roar                	75
    6.  		Toxic              	76
    7.  		Thunder Ball        	77
    8.  		Rock Smash          	78
    9.  		?????               	79
    10. 		Spin Ball           	7A
    11. 		Eruption            	7B
    12. 		De-Accuracy         	7C
    13. 		Snore               	7D
    14. 		Blizzard            	7E
    15. 		Hyper Beam          	7F
    16. 		Numbing Wind        	80
    17. 		Barrier             	81
    18. 		Acid Rain           	82
    19. 		Giga Drain          	83
    20. 		Defend              	84
    21. 		?????               	85
    22. 		Solar Beam          	86
    23. 		Iron Tail           	87
    24. 		Dragon Blizzard     	88
    25. 		Thunder             	89
    26. 		Earthquake          	8A
    27. 		Splash tackle      	8B
    28. 		Dig                 	8C
    29. 		Psychic             	8D
    30. 		Shadow Ball         	8E
    31. 		Sand Hell           	8F
    32. 		Double Team         	90
    33. 		Ice Punch           	91
    34. 		Confuse Breath      	92
    35. 		Snore           	93
    36. 		Demon Bubble    	94
    37. 		Meteor Shower   	95
    38. 		Fire Blast          	96
    39. 		Swift               	97
    40. 		Fire Curl           	98
    41. 		Thunder Punch       	99
    42. 		Delayed Psychic     	9A
    43. 		Dodge               	9B
    44. 		Rest                	9C
    45. 		Mellow Mellow       	9D
    46. 		Pay Day             	9E
    47. 		Iron Wing           	9F
    48. 		Fire Punch          	A0
    49. 		Mega Slash          	A1
    50. 		Nightmare           	A2
    
    
    HM01-Cut
    HM02-Fly
    HM03-Surf
    HM04-Strength
    HM05-Flash
    HM06-Whirlpool
    HM07-Waterfall
    
    
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     6. Gameshark Codes
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    NOTE!
    WITH THESE CODES, TURN THE 'SWITCH' ON THE TOP OF THE CHEAT DEVICE TO THE 'OFF' POSITION
    WHILE BOOTING THE GAME AND LOADING YOUR SAVED GAME. THEN, WHEN IN THE GAME, TURN THE SWITCH
    TO THE 'ON' POSITION. AND, TO SAVE, SWITCH THE SWITCH TO THE 'OFF' POSITION.
    
    DO NOT USE THESE CODES ON CRYSTAL VERSION! IT WILL CORRUPT YOUR SAVE FILE!
    
    1ST POKEMON CODES:
    
    
    1 Pokémon Modifier 			01??23DA
    2 Skill Modifier (1st Position) 	01??2CDA
    3 Skill Modifier (2nd Position) 	01??2DDA
    4 Skill Modifier (3rd Position) 	01??2EDA
    5 Skill Modifier (4th Position) 	01??2FDA
    6 Trainer ID# Modifier 			01??30DA
    					01??31DA
    7 Exp. Modifier 			01??32DA
    					01??33DA
    					01??34DA
    8 Infinite PP (1st Position) 		01??41DA
    9 Infinite PP (2nd Position) 		01??42DA
    10 Infinite PP (3rd Position) 		01??43DA
    11 Infinite PP (4th Position) 		01??44DA
    12 Level Modifier 			01??49DA
    13 Infinite HP (Larger) 		01??4CDA
    14 Infinite HP (Smaller) 		01??4DDA
    15 Max HP Modifier (Larger) 		01??4EDA
    16 Max HP Modifier (Smaller) 		01??4FDA
    17 Max Attack Modifier (Larger) 	01??50DA
    18 Max Attack Modifier (Smaller)	01??51DA
    19 Max Defense Modifier (Larger)	01??52DA
    20 Max Defense Modifier (Smaller) 	01??53DA
    21 Max Speed (Larger) 			01??54DA
    22 Max Speed (Small) 			01??55DA
    23 Max Special Defense Modifier (Large) 01??56DA
    24 Max Special Defense Modifier (Small) 01??57DA
    25 Max Special Attack Modifier (Large) 	01??58DA
    26 Max Special Attack Modifier (Small) 	01??59DA
    
     Name Modifier Codes
    27 Default Name End (Must Be On) 	015096DB
    28 Slot 1 				01??8CDB
    29 Slot 2 				01??8DDB
    30 Slot 3 				01??8EDB
    31 Slot 4 				01??8FDB
    32 Slot 5 				01??90DB
    33 Slot 6 				01??91DB
    34 Slot 7 				01??92DB
    35 Slot 8 				01??93DB
    36 Slot 9 				01??94DB
    37 Slot 10 				01??95DB
    
    Quantity Digits to Accompany Pokémon Modifier Codes
    
    01-Bulbasaur
    02-Ivysaur
    03-Venusaur
    04-Charmander
    05-Charmeleon
    06-Charizard
    07-Squirtle
    08-Wartortle
    09-Blasttoise
    0A-Caterpie
    0B-Metapod
    0C-Butterfree
    0D-Weedle
    0E-Kakuna
    0F-Beedrill
    10-Pidgey
    11-Pidgeotto
    12-Pidgeot
    13-Rattata
    14-Raticate
    15-Spearow
    16-Fearow
    17-Ekans
    18-Arbok
    19-Pikachu
    1A-Raichu
    1B-Sandshrew
    1C-Sandslash
    1D-Nidoran (F)
    1E-Nidorina
    1F-Nidoqueen
    20-Nidoran male
    21-Nidorino
    22-Nidoking
    23-Clefairy
    24-Clefable
    25-Vulpix
    26-Ninetails
    27-Jigglypuff
    28-Wigglytuff
    29-Zubat
    2A-Golbat
    2B-Oddish
    2C-Gloom
    2D-Vileplume
    2E-Paras
    2F-Parasect
    30-Venonat
    31-Venomoth
    32-Diglett
    33-Dugtrio
    34-Meowth
    35-Persian
    36-Psyduck
    37-Golduck
    38-Mankey
    39-Primeape
    3A-Growlithe
    3B-Arcanine
    3C-Poliwag
    3D-Poliwhirl
    3E-Poliwrath
    3F-Abra
    40-Kadabra
    41-Alakazam
    42-Machop
    43-Machoke
    44-Machamp
    45-Bellsprout
    46-Weepinbell
    47-Victreebell
    48-Ventacool
    49-Tentacruel
    4A-Geodude
    4B-Graveler
    4C-Golem
    4D-Ponyta
    4E-Rapidash
    4F-Slowpoke
    50-Slowbro
    51-Magnemite
    52-Magneton
    53-Farfetch'd
    54-Doduo
    55-Dodrio
    56-Seel
    57-Dewgong
    58-Grimer
    59-Muk
    5A-Shellder
    5B-Cloyster
    5C-Gastly
    5D-Haunter
    5E-Gengar
    5F-Onix
    60-Drowzee
    61-Hypno
    62-Krabby
    63-Kingler
    64-Voltorb
    65-Electrode
    66-Exeggcute
    67-Exeggcutor
    68-Cubone
    69-Marowak
    6A-Hitmonlee
    6B-Hitmonchan
    6C-Lickitung
    6D-Koffing
    6E-Weezing
    6F-Rhyhorn
    70-Rhydon
    71-Chansey
    72-Tangela
    73-Kangaskhan
    74-Horsea
    75-Seadra
    76-Goldeen
    77-Seaking
    78-Staryu
    79-Starmie
    7a-Mr. mime
    7b-Scyther
    7c-Jynx
    7d-Electabuzz
    7e-Magmar
    7f-Pinsir
    80-Tauros
    81-Magikarp
    82-Gyarados
    83-Lapras
    84-Ditto
    85-Eevee
    86-Vaporeon
    87-Jolteon
    88-Flareon
    89-Porygon
    8A-Omanyte
    8B-Omastar
    8C-Kabuto
    8D-Kabutops
    8E-Aerodactyl
    8F-Snorlax
    90-Articunno
    91-Zapdos
    92-Moltres
    93-Dratini
    94-Dragonair
    95-Dragonite
    96-Mewtwo
    97-Mew
    98-Chikorita
    99-Bayleef
    9A-Meganium
    9B-Cyndaquil
    9C-Quiliva
    9D-Typhlosion
    9E-Totidile
    9F-Croconaw
    A0-Ferilagater
    A1-Sentret
    A2-Furret
    A3-Hoothoot
    A4-Noctowl
    A5-Ledaba
    A6-Ledian
    A7-Spinarak
    A8-Arados
    A9-Crobat
    AA-Chinchow
    AB-Lanturn
    AC-Pichu
    AD-Clef
    AE-Igglybuff
    AF-Togepi
    B0-Togetic
    B1-Neitei***
    B2-Neiteio***
    B3-Mareep
    B4-Flaffy
    B5-Denryuu***
    B6-Bellosom
    B7-Marill
    B8-Azumarril
    B9-Suudowoodo
    BA-Politoed
    BB-Hopip
    BC-Skiploom
    BD-Jumpluff
    BE-Aipom
    BF-Sunkern
    C0-Sunflora
    C1-Dunsparce
    C2-Ampharos
    C3-Quagsire
    C4-Espeon
    C5-Umbreon
    C6-Murkrow
    C7-Slowking
    C8-Trilix
    C9-Unown
    CA-Sonansu***
    CB-Girafarig
    CC-Skarmory
    CD-Forestress
    CE-Duglari
    CF-Gilgar
    D0-Stellix
    D1-Snubble
    D2-Granbull
    D3-Wobbuffet
    D4-Scizor
    D5-Shuckle
    D6-Heracross
    D7-Misdeavus
    D8-Himeguma***
    D9-Ursaring
    DA-Slugma
    DB-Magcargo
    DC-Swinub
    DD-Piloswine
    DE-Corsola
    DF-Remoraid
    E0-Octillery
    E1-Delibird
    E2-Mantine
    E3-Wooper
    E4-Houndour
    E5-Houndoom
    E6-Kingdra
    E7-Phanphy
    E8-Donphan
    E9-Porygon2
    EA-Stantler
    EB-Delibird
    EC-Tyrogue
    ED-Hitmontop
    EE-Smoochum
    EF-Elekid
    F0-Magby
    F1-Milktank
    F2-Blissey
    F3-Raikou
    F4-Entei
    F5-Suicune
    F6-Larvitar
    F7-Pupitar
    F8-Tyranitar
    F9-Lugia
    FA-Ho-oh
    FB-Celebi
    FD-Egg
    
    
    Quantity Digits to Accompany Name Modifier Codes
    
    50 - NULL (End of Name REQUIRED Where It Is Used!)
    60 - BOLD A (Not Available On Name Screen)
    61 - BOLD B ( " )
    72 - BOLD P ( " )
    80 - A
    81 - B
    82 - C
    83 - D
    84 - E
    85 - F
    86 - G
    87 - H
    88 - I
    89 - J
    8A - K
    8B - L
    8C - M
    8D - N
    8E - O
    8F - P
    90 - Q
    91 - R
    92 - S
    93 - T
    94 - U
    95 - V
    96 - W
    97 - X
    98 - Y
    99 - Z
    9A - (
    9B - )
    9C - :
    9D - ;
    9E - [
    9F - ]
    A0 - a
    A1 - b
    A2 - c
    A3 - d
    A4 - e
    A5 - f
    A6 - g
    A7 - h
    A8 - i
    A9 - j
    AA - k
    AB - l
    AC - m
    AD - n
    AE - o
    AF - p
    B0 - q
    B1 - r
    B2 - s
    B3 - t
    B4 - u
    B5 - v
    B6 - w
    B7 - x
    B8 - y
    B9 - z
    BA - é
    BB - 'd
    BC - 'l
    BD - 's
    BE - 't
    BF - 'v
    E1 - PK
    E2 - MN
    E4 - 'r
    E5 - 'm
    E6 - ?
    E7 - !
    EF - Male Symbol
    F0 - Currency Symbol (P with Horizontal Slashses)
    F1 - x (Multiply)
    F2 - . (Period)
    F3 - / (Division)
    F4 - ,(Comma)
    F5 - Female Symbol
    F6 - 0
    F7 - 1
    F8 - 2
    F9 - 3
    FA - 4
    FB - 5
    FC - 6
    FD - 7
    FE - 8
    FF - 9
    
    
    OTHER VARIOUS CODES:
    
    1 No Random Battles 			01000BD2
    2 Always On Bike 			010182D6
    3 Day Of Week Modifier 			01??DCD1
    4 Hour Modifier 			01??DDD1
    5 Minute Modifier 			01??DED1
    					01??DFD1
    6 Infinite Money 			019973D5
    					019974D5
    					019975D5
    7 Have All Badges 			01FF7CD5
    					01FF7DD5
    8 Key Item Modifier 			01??E2D5
    
    
    ROOM DECORATION MODIFIER CODES
    9 Upper Left Corner  			01??60D9
    10 Poster by Door [Note 1] 		01??5CD9
    11 Lower Left Corner  			01??59D9
    12 In Front of TV  			01??5DD9
    13 Left Side of Shelf  			01??5ED9
    14 Right Side of Shelf  		01??5FD9
    
    Hmm... I seem to have misplaced the digits.. Don't use this code.
    
    Note 1: With this code, DO NOT put anything other than poster digits in the
    poster modifier, as most other digits will make the stairs disappear and trap
    you in the room.
    
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
     7. Frequently Asked Questions
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    	Normal people read this section, and usually find their question in this section.
    I've had it with recieving e-mail about the questions that are answered right in here, it's
    rediculously insane and un-heard of. If you don't recieve a response to your e-mail it's
    usualy because it's answered right here in this section.
    
    
    Q: Help! Someone is blocking my path from entering the Blackthorn City Gym, and when I
    go behind the gym, I'm not allowed in! What do I do!
    A: Jeez, you don't read things. If you were paying attention to my guide, you'd realize
    you're supposed to clear the event back in Goldenrod City before you go to the eighth
    gym! Next time, try using the guide.
    
    
    Q: Does this game have an Orange League or not?
    A: I started a controversy with this, and because I referred to the Pokémon League as the
    Orange League in the Japanese Version of this guide, and never changed all the spots that
    had that, I recieved a lot of e-mail on it. It has appeared even in Nintendo Power
    Magazine, sorry for the misunderstanding.
    
    
    Q: I can't figure out the correct order to flip the switches in the Team Rocket Basement.
    A: Begin in the very left and hit the switch. Move towards the middle switch, and again,
    only hit it once, finally, hit the one on the right.. That wasn't so hard, was it.
    
    
    Q: Where and how do I get the 'Squirtabottle'?
    A: You can get the Squirtabottle from the most Northeastern building in Goldenrod City,
    from a lady inside the house.
    
    
    Q: What ARE those symbols next to my Pokémon's Icon for?
    A: There are a number of answers. First things first, we know you've attached an item to
    your Pokémon by selecting attach from the backpack. However, you may have attached
    anything from a potion to a King's Crown to it. To figure out what is attached to it, go
    to Pokémon from the main menu and move to the statistics section of your Pokémon's info.
    You will see what item is attached to it.
    
    
    Q: How do I get the radio? I've heard about the upgraded radio, but I don't even have the
    first one!
    A: To get the radio, go to the place that Team Rocket will or has taken over and walk
    up to the girl on the far right standing behind the counter. Talk to her and answer the
    following to her little quiz: Yes, Yes, Yes, No, Yes, No.
    
    
    Q: how do I solve that tricky maze on the Ice Path?
    A: This question is answered above in this strategy guide. I am the man.
    
    Q: I can't find the Pokémon I caught in my boxes! Help!
    A: Ok, this is where there was a glitch in the game. On one of my files, when I
    caught Pokémon, they could not be withdrawn. I had them set to go in box 7, and box
    seven still holds them, but when I go into it, it shows no Pokémon, why this has
    happened, I do not know and remains a mystery. Nintendo denies it, so It'll likely
    never be answered. However this is just me and I have heard of but one other case
    of this.
    
    Q: How do I awaken the Snorlax that blocks me from entering the cave in Vermillion
    City?
    A: Jeez this question is annoying. I'll quote directly from Nintendo Power Magazine...
    "...After you've fixed the mess at the Power Plant, head over to the Radio Station in
    Lavander Town to pick up an Expansion Card for your PokéGear-- It will let you listen
    to the radio in Kanto. Tune into the Poké Flute channel to wake Snorlax and be prepared
    to battle the sleepy behemoth."
    
    Q: Where is Misty?
    A: Go to Bill's lighthouse, and enter. Misty will be in love with someone, and when they
    see you, they both run off. Misty will return to her gym, and you can fight her from
    there. Make sure you get the missing part in her gym, but before that, you have to talk
    to everyone in the Power Plant.
    
    
    Q: Where can I get a lot of experience?
    A: You can obtain a fair amount of experience by fighting RED, or by going to Viridian
    City and fighting your clone in the basement in the Mirage Center. You will face an
    image of yourself, and his Pokémon will give you a larger amount of experience than
    usual Pokémon at that level would. If you recently Mystery Gifted with someone, you'll
    notice that you fight the Pokémon team they had with them! This is great practice!
    
    
    Q: I can't seem to find Marill!
    A: Marill is in Mt. Mortar, and only appears rarely. If you talk to Hiker Parry on Route
    45, he'll call you when Marill is frequently appearing. This increases you chances of
    finding and catching a Marill over 50%
    
    
    Q: How do I get other evolutionary Pokémon from before like Bellosom?
    A: Using different stones on other Pokémon cause different things to happen. For
    instance, using a leaf stone on Gloom will evolve it into Vileplume, but if you use
    the Sun Stone on it, it will evolve into Bellosom.
    
    
    Q: WHERE IN THE WORLD DO I FIND TM08?!?!
    A: You can get the TM08 from a man east of where you fought SudoWoodo. Additionally,
    you can get TM08 from the Casino as a prize once you've obtained it on the quest.
    
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     8. Breeding
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            Breeding is one of the best new additions to the Pokémon series, and it's a feature
    that hasn't really been explored in games before this time. Breeding also opens up new
    possibilites, and can help you recieve an endless supply of rare Pokémon. But perhaps the
    best thing about breeding is that is not only helps you tremendously, it opens up a whole
    new world of evolution. For the first time, you can obtain a Pokémon's pre-evolutionary
    state by breeding the compatible type of Pokémon.
    
    	To breed Pokémon, go to Goldenrod City. From here, you're going to want to head
    south until you reach a house in the middle of the path. Inside, an old man and woman 
    take care of Pokémon and even run own their own breeding farm! Give a male version of a 
    Pokémon to the man, and a female Pokémon to the woman. Leave and walk around or do 
    something for a while. When you come back, the man will be standing outside and he will 
    give you an egg. You can also get your Pokémon back. After so much time (the game actually
    calculates how much time it will take for the Pokémon to hatch by the number of steps you
    take. Some Pokémon take considerably longer than others) the Pokémon will hatch as either
    a male or female Pokémon the species of the female at level 5.
    
    	The cool thing about this is the Pokémon will have inherited moves from its
    parents, including TM moves! Breeding is the best way to level up a new team member, as the
    stats of a Pokémon you train from the beginning will be considerably better than a Pokémon
    you caught at level 50, for example.
    
    Pre-Evolutionary Pokémon:
    
    Pichu --------> Pikachu
    Cleffa -------> Clefairy
    Elekid -------> Electabuzz
    Igglybuff ----> Jigglypuff
    Magby --------> Magmar
    Smoochum -----> Jynx
    
    
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     9. Evolution
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    	So before you go and e-mail me about the evolutionary stones, read this section. I
    don't want you to bother me with this, and NO E-MAIL ABOUT THEM WILL BE ANSWERED.
    
    Go to route 25 and go into the sea cottage. Inside, you will find Bill's grandfather. Show
    him the following Pokémon on the days (I do not know exactly what days) that it'll work to
    recieve one evolutionary stone.
    
    -------------------------------------------
    | What you show him:  |   What you'll get:|
    |-----------------------------------------|
    | Vulpix              |   Fire Stone      |
    | Staryu              |   Water Stone     |
    | Oddish              |   Leaf Stone      |
    | Pichu               |   Thunder Stone   |
    -------------------------------------------
    
    Moon Stone
     Can be found on Route 27.
    
    Solar Stone
     Will be awarded for winning the Bug Catching Tournament.
    
    
     New Types of Evolutions:
    
    	To Get Slowpoke to evolve into Slowking, you have to equip it with the King's Rock,
    which you'll get from Azela Town's Slowpoke Well. Bring a Pokémon that has Rock Smash
    along, and you'll find a new path which leads to the King's Crown
    
    	To Get Scyther to evolve into Scizor, you have to equip it with the Metal Coat,
    which you get after you find the mans daughter on the S.S. Aqua. You'll find her daugher
    bugging the captian.
    
    	To Make Onix evolve into Stelix, equip it with the Metal Coat and trade it to
    another game.
    
            To make Porygon evolve into Porygon2, equip it with the upgrade, and trade it to
    another game. You can get it in the Saffron City Building from the man who blocks your
    path to the upstairs.
    
            To make your Poliwhirl evolve into Politoed, you have to equip it with the King's
    Rock, which you'll get from Azela Town's Slowpoke Well. Bring a Pokémon that has Rock Smash
    along, and you'll find a new path which leads to the King's Crown.
    
    
    Happiness Evolutions:
    
    Some Pokémon won't evolve for you until they are happy. To make them happy, always use
    them, don't ever let them get weak. Win battles with them (Ex: Elite Four, Red, etc.) and
    let them hold items. Get them haircuts from Goldenrod City, and let Blue's sister play
    with them In pallet Between 4-5 P.M. Don't let them faint, lose battles, store them in
    boxes or trade them away.
    
    Pokémon that Evolve via Happiness:
    Eevee --------> Espeon (If evolves during the day [5 a.m. - 6 p.m.])
    Eevee --------> Umbreon (If evolves during night [6 p.m. - 5 a.m.])
    Chansey ------> Blissey
    Golbat -------> Crobat
    Togepi -------> Togetic
    Pichu --------> Pikachu
    Clef ---------> Clefairy
    Igglybuff ----> Jugglypuff
    
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     10. Items
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    	Berries
     _______________________________________________________________________________
    |	Berry Name	|	Discription		|	Location	|
    |-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
    | Berry			| Heals Pokémon HP by 10	| Route 29,30,38,46,11, |
    |			|				| Nature Park, Mystery  |
    |			|				| Gift, Wild Pokémon	|
    |-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
    | Berry Juice		| Heals Pokémon HP by 20	| Give Shuckle from 	|
    |			|				| Cinawood a Berry	|
    |-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
    | Bitter Berry		| Heals Confusion Status	| Route 1,31,43, Mystery|
    |			|				| Gift, Blackthorn City |
    |-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
    | Burnt Berry		| Heals Frozen Status		| Route 44, Fushia City,|
    |			|				| Mystery Gift		|
    |-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
    | Gold Berry		| Heals Pokémon HP by 30	| Mt. Moon, Nature Park,|
    |			|				| Traded from R/B/Y     |
    |-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
    
    TBC...
    
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     11. Neat Things
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    
            This section will talk about some neat tricks in the game that do not fit into any
    of the other catagories, but are still a part of the game.
    
            -Let mom collect your money. Eventually, she will call you on the phone and tell
    you she has bought you useful items and even decorations for your room!
    
    	-Go east of Fushia City and catch a Chansey, go around the turn and up to find a
    patch of grass with a girl standing in it. She will trade the Chansey you caught for an
    Aerodactyl!
    
    	-Did you know that you can use the select button as a hot key? When in your bag,
    push the select button. Push it again to confirm it. Now when you are looking through
    pocket that the item was in and you push select, you will automaticly go to that item!
    
    	-Were you aware you could face your friend's team once a day? How,  might you ask,
    is this possible? Well, when you start up your game on a game boy color, have your friend
    boot his game up also. I'm sure by now, you're familiar with Mystery Gift. You receive the
    ability to use Mystery Gift in Goldenrod City, read the walkthrough on how to get it if
    you don't have it. When you mystery gift with your friend, your clone in Viridian City 
    will switch to the team that your friend had at the time of the exchange in gifts.
    
    	-Pokémon Centers Keep Track of your records! Your game can store your stats against
    others for up to 5 people!
    
    	-Take the red Gyarados scale to Mr. Pokémon's house and he will trade it for an EXP
    all!
    
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     12. Rare Pokémon
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            It turns out that there are more rare Pokémon than you think there are. You should
    try catching all of them, you can fill up your Pokédex and it's worth the effort- They're
    strong.
    
    There are currently 8 legendary Pokémon.
    144. Articuno
    145. Zapdos
    146. Moltres
    243. Raikou
    244. Entei
    245. Suikun
    249. Lugia
    250. Ho-Oh
    
    HO-OH
    
    	Ho-Oh- A legend says that it's body glows in seven colors.  A rainbow is said to
    form behind it when it flies.
    	Type 1: Fire  Type 2: Flying
    
    -Gold Version: Ho-Oh Lv. 40
    	In Gold Version, catching Ho-Oh should be easy. After beating the Johto  League,
    and clearing the event at the Radio Tower, you will get a Rainbow feather. Fly back to
    Ecutreak City and move on up to a house in the northern part of town. This is Tin Tower.
    Ascend the stairs, and you will end up following a maze that will take you to the top of
    the building, where Ho-Oh will be.  Save, for Ho-Oh is a rare Pokémon, and if you are
    unable to catch it the first time, you will never get a chance to fight it again.
    
    -Silver Version: Ho-Oh Lv. 70
    	After you have beaten the Pokémon League, fly to Pewter City when you have the
    ability to. Once at Pewter City, talk to the old man in the south-eastern part of town,
    and he'll give you the Rainbow Feather.  Take the feather to the  top of the Tin Tower,
    and you will see  Ho-oh flying there.  Make sure you save, and be in store  for a tough
    fight.
    
    
    LUGIA
    
    	Lugia- It is said to be the guardian of the seas.  It is rumored to have been
    seen on the night of a storm.
    	Type 1: Psychic  Type 2: Water
    
    -Gold Version: Lugia Lv. 70
    	After you have beaten the Pokémon League, fly to Pewter City when you have the
    ability to. Once at Pewter City, talk to the old man in the south-eastern part of town,
    and he'll give you the Silver  Feather.  Take the feather to the  Whirl Islands, more
    precisely, the north-eastern island, and once you have navigated through it, save, and
    be ready with lots of UltraBalls, and Heavy Balls for a tough battle which may take
    several tries.
    
    -Silver Version: Lugia Lv: 40
    Clear the event at the radio tower. You will recieve a Silver Feather. Go to Olivine
    City or Cinawood City and surf to in between the two towns. You will be at Whirl
    Islands. The upper-north island will take you to where you need to be to fight against
    Lugia. Make sure you've saved and have the right equipment before fighting!
    
    THE LEGENDARY CREATURES OF JOHTO
    	Pokémon Numbers 243, 244, and 245
    
    	These tough creatures are the biggest challenge to get in the game, because
    they have no set location, they appear randomly, in different spots all over the
    Johto region (not in caves) in every game. Don't tell me where you found them,
    because it's not the same for every person. To bring them into the action, once you
    have Rock Smash, which you get from a man near where Sudowoodo was, go to Ecutreak
    City, and inside the tower in the northern part of town. When you fall to their level,
    they will come to life and sprint out of the cave/tower, leaving you alone. Good luck
    finding them, for they're fast, and when you see them, they'll run away from you.
    
    	They are not cats, nor are they dogs, for animals do not exist inside Pokémon.
    They are merely creatures, as Nintendo calls them, and how I call them. You may call
    them what you want, but I really don't want to hear you all e-mail me and complain about
    what you heard your next-door neighbor's girl-friend calls them.
    
    	However, there is an easier way to catch these Pokémon. If you want a strong
    Pokéball, go to Kurt in Azela town, and have him make you a strong Pokéball.  A Speed
    ball is your best bet, which you can get the nut for right north of his house, which in
    case you were just checking, is the White Apricorn. Have him make you the ball, and then
    come back the next day to get your new speed ball. It's much more accurate than the other
    balls, and it will give you a much higher catch rate against these confusing Pokémon.
    
    	Because it is very hard to catch the Legendary Cats, because they run away from
    you everytime they fight you, a strategy was developed. To more easily catch the cats,
    bring along a level 39 Pokémon with you, and bring along a lot of Super Repel. Now go
    into an area, (In Johto) and make sure you fight no Pokémon above or equal to level 40
    where you think a legendary cat might be hiding. You will not be able to fight any
    Pokémon except for the cat you are looking for!	 What a useful technique! Have fun!
    
    	Eevee- You can get unlimited amounts of Eevee's in this game. I wouldn't have
    put this in this section, but because I recieve such large amounts of e-mails concerning
    Eevee, I put it here. You can get Eevee as many times as you want by going to the casino
    prize house in Celadon City. Eevee costs 6,666 game coins, and though it's expensive,
    it's worth the effort.
    
    	Evolving Eevee into Umbreon and Espeon
    
    	To evolve Eevee into Umbreon, the evil version, Make it happy by training with it
    often and taking care of it and not letting it faint in battle often, letting it hold an
    item and other things like Carbos and Iron are a plus. Eventually, it will evolve into
    Umbreon, an evil type Pokémon.
    
    	To make your Eevee evolve into an Espeon, make it happy, and train with it during
    the daytime hours. Eventually, the happy little Pokémon will turn into a Psychic Power-
    house.
    
    CELEBI
    
    	Although it was originally said to be able to be caught in Gold and Silver
    versions, this is a false and misleading statement, and the only way to get it is through
    Nintendo promotions. Don't e-mail me about it and don't waste your time trying to get it 
    by the old rumors you might have heard.
    
    	Rumor #1 said you could obtain Celebi by catching all 26 Unown and solving all four
    Pokémon Puzzles then playing a strange sounding song on the upgraded radio. It is rumored
    that after you do this, you will encounter a level 5 Celebi. This was found to be false,
    and it's a waste of time to try, but hey, it's still a good thing to catch the 26 Unown.
    
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     12.01 Unown
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    	There are 26 Unown. They all represent one letter of the alphabet. Once you catch
    3 Unown, you will be given the Unown dex by a labratory scientist from the lab nearby. The
    Unown dex will keep track of all of the Unown you caught. Here is the meaning of them...
    
    A - Angry
    B - Bear
    C - Chase
    D - Direct
    E - Engage
    F - Find
    G - Give
    H - Help
    I - Increase
    J - Join
    K - Keep
    L - Laugh
    M - Make
    N - Nuzzle
    O - Observe
    P - Perform
    Q - Quicken
    R - Reassure
    S - Search
    T - Tell
    U - Undo
    V - Vanish
    W - Want
    X - XXXXX
    Y - Yield
    Z - Zoom
    
    
    Certian Unown won't appear until you complete the puzzles hidden throughtout Union Cave.
    The first puzzle is the Kabuto Puzzle, followed by the Omanyte Puzzle, Aerodactyl Puzzle,
    and finally the Ho-oh Puzzle. Here is what letter of Unown the puzzles open up.
    
    Puzzle 1: Kabuto Puzzle
    Opens up: A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K
    
    Puzzle 2: Omanyte Puzzle
    Opens up: L,M,N,O,P,Q,R
    
    Puzzle 3: Aerodactyl Puzzle
    Opens up: S,T,U,V,W
    
    Puzzle 4: Ho-oh Puzzle
    Opens up: X,Y,Z
    
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     13. Evolution Chart
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
            This section talks will state a Pokémon name, and  what it evolves into, what
    it evolved from, what level it evolves  and the Pokémon's number. This section will probablly
    take longest to make. Soon Pokémon number 1-251 will be featured in this section.
    
    001: Bulbasaur
    Evolves: Ivysaur
    Level: 16
    Evolved from: ---
    
    002: Ivysaur
    Evolves: Venusaur
    Level: 32
    Evolved from: ---
    
    003: Venusaur
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Ivysaur
    
    004: Charmander
    Evolves: Charmeleon
    Level: 16
    Evolved from: ---
    
    005: Charmeleon
    Evolves: Charizard
    Level: 36
    Evolved from: Charmander
    
    006: Charizard
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Charmeleon
    
    007: Squirtle
    Evolves: Wartortle
    Level: 16
    Evolved from: ---
    
    008: Wartortle
    Evolves: Blastoise
    Level: 26
    Evolved from: Squirtle
    
    009: Blastoise
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Wartortle
    
    010: Caterpie
    Evolves: Metapod
    Level: 7
    Evolved from: ---
    
    011: Metapod
    Evolves: Butterfree
    Level: 10
    Evolved from: Caterpie
    
    012: Butterfree
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Metapod
    
    013: Weedle
    Evolves: Kakuna
    Level: 7
    Evolved from: ---
    
    014: Kakuna
    Evolves: Beedrill
    Level: 10
    Evolved from: Weedle
    
    015: Beedrill
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    016: Pidgey
    Evolves: Pidgeotto
    Level: 18
    Evolved from: ---
    
    017: Pidgeotto
    Evolves: Pidgeot
    Level: 36
    Evolved from: Pidgey
    
    018: Pidgeot
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Pidgeotto
    
    019: Rattata
    Evolves: Raticate
    Level: 20
    Evolved from: ---
    
    020: Spearow
    Evolves: Fearow
    Level: 20
    Evolved from: ---
    
    021: Fearow
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Spearow
    
    023: Ekans
    Evolves: Arbok
    Level: 24
    Evolved from: ---
    
    024: Arbok
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Ekans
    
    025: Pikachu
    Evolves: Raichu
    Level: Thunder Stone
    Evolved from: Pichu
    
    026: Raichu
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Pikachu
    
    027: Sandshrew
    Evolves: Sandslash
    Level: 22
    Evolved from: ---
    
    028: Sandslash
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Sandshrew
    
    029: Nidoran (Female)
    Evolves: Nidorina
    Level: 16
    Evolved from: ---
    
    030: Nidorina
    Evolves: Nidoqueen
    Level: Moon Stone
    Evolved from: Nidoran (Female)
    
    031:Nidoqueen
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Nidorina
    
    032: Nidoran (Male)
    Evolves: Nidorino
    Level: 16
    Evolved from: ---
    
    033: Nidorino
    Evolves: Nidoking
    Level: Moon Stone
    Evolved from: Nidoran (Male)
    
    034: Nidoking
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Nidorino
    
    035: Clefairy
    Evolves: Clefable
    Level: Moon Stone
    Evolved from: ---
    
    036: Clefable
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Clefairy
    
    037: Vulpix
    Evolves: Ninetales
    Level: Fire Stone
    Evolved from: ---
    
    038: Ninetales
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Vulpix
    
    039: Jigglypuff
    Evolves: Wigglytuff
    Level: Moon Stone
    Evolved from: ---
    
    040: Wigglytuff
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Jigglypuff
    
    041: Zubat
    Evolves: Golbat
    Level: 22
    Evolved from: ---
    
    042: Golbat
    Evolves: Kuroba
    Level: ??
    Evolved from: Zubat
    
    043: Oddish
    Evolves: Gloom
    Level: 21
    Evolved from: ---
    
    044: Gloom
    Evolves: Vileplume
    Level: Leaf Stone
    Evolved from: Oddish
    
    045: Vileplume
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Gloom
    
    046: Paras
    Evolves: Parasect
    Level: 24
    Evolved from: ---
    
    047: Parasect
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Paras
    
    048: Venonat
    Evolves: Venomoth
    Level: 31
    Evolved from: ---
    
    049: Venomoth
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Venonat
    
    050: Diglett
    Evolves: Dugtrio
    Level: 26
    Evolved from: ---
    
    051: Dugtrio
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Diglett
    
    052: Meowth
    Evolves: Persian
    Level: 28
    Evolved from: ---
    
    053: Persian
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Meowth
    
    054: Psyduck
    Evolves: Golduck
    Level: 33
    Evolved from: ---
    
    055: Golduck
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Psyduck
    
    056: Mankey
    Evolves: Primeape
    Level: 28
    Evolved from: ---
    
    057: Primeape
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Mankey
    
    058: Growlithe
    Evolves: Arcanine
    Level: Fire Stone
    Evolved from: ---
    
    059: Arcanine
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Growlithe
    
    060: Poliwag
    Evolves: Poliwhirl
    Level: 25
    Evolved from: ---
    
    061: Poliwhirl
    Evolves: Poliwrath
    Level: Water Stone
    Evolved from: Poliwag
    
    062: Poliwrath
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Poliwhirl
    
    063: Abra
    Evolves: Kadabra
    Level: 16
    Evolved from: ---
    
    064: Kadabra
    Evolves: Alakazam
    Level: Trade
    Evolved from: Abra
    
    065: Alakazam
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Kadabra
    
    066: Machop
    Evolves: Machoke
    Level: 28
    Evolved from: ---
    
    067: Machoke
    Evolves: Machamp
    Level: Trade
    Evolved from: Machop
    
    068: Machamp
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Machoke
    
    069: Bellsprout
    Evolves: Weepinbell
    Level: 21
    Evolved from: ---
    
    070: Weepinbell
    Evolves: Victreebell
    Level: Leaf Stone
    Evolved from: Bellsprout
    
    071: Victreebell
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Weepinbell
    
    072: Tentacool
    Evolves: Tentacruel
    Level: 30
    Evolved from: ---
    
    073: Tentacruel
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Tentacool
    
    074: Geodude
    Evolves: Graveler
    Level: 25
    Evolved from: ---
    
    075: Graveler
    Evolves: Golem
    Level: Trade
    Evolved from: Geodude
    
    076: Golem
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Graveler
    
    077: Ponyta
    Evolves: Rapidash
    Level: 40
    Evolved from: ---
    
    078: Rapidash
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Ponyta
    
    079: Slowpoke
    Evolves: Slowbro, Yadokingu
    Level: 37, ??
    Evolved from: ---
    
    080: Slowbro
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Slowpoke
    
    081: Magnemite
    Evolves: Megneton
    Level: 30
    Evolved from: ---
    
    082: Magneton
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Magnemite
    
    083: Farfatch'd
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    084: Doduo
    Evolves: Dodrio
    Level: 31
    Evolved from: ---
    
    085: Dodrio
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Doduo
    
    086: Seel
    Evolves: Dewgong
    Level: 34
    Evolved from: ---
    
    087: Dewgong
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Seel
    
    088: Grimer
    Evolves: Muk
    Level: 38
    Evolved from: ---
    
    089: Muk
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Grimer
    
    090: Shellder
    Evolves: Cloyster
    Level: Water Stone
    Evolved from: ---
    
    091: Cloyster
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Shellder
    
    092: Gastly
    Evolves: Haunter
    Level: 25
    Evolved from: ---
    
    093: Haunter
    Evolves: Gengar
    Level: Trade
    Evolved from: Gastly
    
    094: Gengar
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Haunter
    
    095: Onix
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    096: Drowzee
    Evolves: Hypno
    Level: 26
    Evolved from: ---
    
    097: Hypno
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Drowzee
    
    098: Krabby
    Evolves: Kingler
    Level: 28
    Evolved from: ---
    
    099: Kingler
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Krabby
    
    100: Voltorb
    Evolves: Electrode
    Level: 30
    Evolved from: ---
    
    101: Electrode
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Voltorb
    
    102: Exeggcute
    Evolves: Exeggutor
    Level: Leaf Stone
    Evolved from: ---
    
    103: Exeggutor
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Exeggcute
    
    104: Cubone
    Evolves: Marowak
    Level: 28
    Evolved from: ---
    
    105: Marowak
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Cubone
    
    106: Hitmonlee
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    107: Hitmonchan
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    108: Likitung
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    109: Koffing
    Evolves: Weezing
    Level: 35
    Evolved from: ---
    
    110: Weezing
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Koffing
    
    111: Rhyhorn
    Evolves: Rhydon
    Level: 42
    Evolved from: ---
    
    112: Rhydon
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Rhyhorn
    
    113: Chansey
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    114: Tangela
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    115: Kangaskhan
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    116: Horsea
    Evolves: Sedra
    Level: 32
    Evolved from: ---
    
    117: Seadra
    Evolves: Kingdoura
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Horsea
    
    118: Goldeen
    Evolves: Seaking
    Level: 33
    Evolved from: ---
    
    119: Seaking
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Goldeen
    
    120: Staryu
    Evolves: Starmie
    Level: Water Stone
    Evolved from: ---
    
    121: Starmie
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Staryu
    
    122: Mr. Mime
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    123: Scyther
    Evolves: ---
    Level:  ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    124: Jynx
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    125: Electabuzz
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Elekidd
    
    126: Magmar
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ???
    
    127: Pinsir
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    128: Tauros
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    129: Magikarp
    Evolves: Gyrados
    Level: 20
    Evolved from: ---
    
    130: Gyrados
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Magikarp
    
    131: Lapras
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    132: Ditto
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    133: Eevee
    Evolves: Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Efi, Burakki
    Level: Water Stone, Thunder Stone, Fire Stone, Psychic Stone, Dark Stone
    Evolved from: ---
    
    134: Vaporeon
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Eevee
    
    135: Jolteon
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Eevee
    
    136: Flareon
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Eevee
    
    137: Porygon
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    138: Omanyte
    Evolves: Omastar
    Level: 40
    Evolved from: Helix Fossil
    
    139: Omastar
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Omanyte
    
    140: Kabuto
    Evolves: Kabutops
    Level: 40
    Evolved from: Dome Fossil
    
    141: Kabutops
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Kabuto
    
    142: Aerodactyl
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Old Amber
    
    143: Snorlax
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    144: Arcticuno
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    145: Zapdos
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    146: Moltres
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    147: Dratini
    Evolves: Dragonair
    Level: 30
    Evolved from: ---
    
    148: Dragonair
    Evolves: Dragonite
    Level: 55
    Evolved from: Dratini
    
    149: Dragonite
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Dragonair
    
    150: Mewtwo
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    151: Mew
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    152: Chikorita
    Evolves: Beileaf
    Level: 16
    Evolved from: ---
    
    153: Bayleef
    Evolves: Meganuim
    Level: 32
    Evolved from: Chikorita
    
    154: Meganium
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Bayleaf
    
    155: Cyndaquil
    Evolves: Quiliva
    Level: 14
    Evolved from: ---
    
    156: Quiliva
    Evolves: Typhlosion
    Level: 36
    Evolved from: Cyndaquil
    
    157: Typhlosion
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Quiliva
    
    158: Totodile
    Evolves: Croconaw
    Level: 18
    Evolved from: ---
    
    159: Croconaw
    Evolves: Feraligator
    Level: 30
    Evolved from: Totodile
    
    160: Feraligator
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Croconaw
    
    161: Sentret
    Evolves: Furret
    Level: 15
    Evolved from: ---
    
    162: Furret
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Sentret
    
    163: Hoothoot
    Evolves: Noctowl
    Level: 20
    Evolved from: ---
    
    164: Noctowl
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Hoothoot
    
    165: Ledyba
    Evolves: Ledian
    Level: 18
    Evolved from: ---
    
    166: Ledian
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Ledyba
    
    167: Spinarak
    Evolves: Aliadosu
    Level: 22
    Evolved from: ---
    
    168: Ariados
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Itomaru
    
    169: Krobat
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Golbat
    
    170: Connchi
    Evolves: Lantern
    Level: 27
    Evolved from: ---
    
    171: Lanturn
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Connchi
    
    172: Pichu
    Evolves: Pikachu
    Level:
    Evolved from: ---
    
    173: Cleffa
    Evolves: Clefairy
    Level:
    Evolved from: ---
    
    174: Igglybuff
    Evolves: Jigglypuff
    Level:
    Evolved from: ---
    
    175: Togepi
    Evolves: Togetic
    Level: 25
    Evolved from: ---
    
    176: Togetic
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Togepi
    
    177: Natu
    Evolves: Xatu
    Level: 25
    Evolved from: ---
    
    178: Xatu
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Natu
    
    179: Mareep
    Evolves: Flaffy
    Level: 15
    Evolved from: ---
    
    180: Flaffy
    Evolves: Ampharos
    Level: 30
    Evolved from: Mareep
    
    181: Ampharos
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Flaffy
    
    182: Bellosom
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Gloom
    
    183: Marril
    Evolves: Azumarril
    Level: 18
    Evolved from: ---
    
    184: Azumarril
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Marril
    
    185: Sudowoodo
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    186: Politoed
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Poliwhirl
    
    187: Hopip
    Evolves: Skiploom
    Level: 18
    Evolved from: ---
    
    188: Skiploom
    Evolves: Jumpluff
    Level: 29
    Evolved from: Hopip
    
    189: Jumpluff
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: Skiploom
    
    190: Aipom
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved from: ---
    
    191: Sunkern
    Evolves: Sunflora
    Level: Sun Stone
    Evolved from: ---
    
    192: Sunkern
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved From: Sunkern
    
    193: Yanma
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved From: ---
    
    194: Wooper
    Evolves: Quagsire
    Level: 20
    Evolved From: ---
    
    195: Quagsire
    Evolves: ---
    Evolved From: Wooper
    
    196: Espeon
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved From: Eevee
    
    197: Umbreon
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved From: Eevee
    
    198: Yanma
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved From: ---
    
    199: Slowking
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolved From: Slowpoke
    
    200: Misdreavus
    Evolves: ---
    Level: ---
    Evolves From: ---
    
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
     13. Mystery Gift
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    	Mystery Gift. With the Push of a button you get a gift. You can get Mystery Gift
    from a little girl in the Goldenrod Dept. Store. She'll say precisely wha the first line of
    this section said and you'll have Mystery Gift the next time you turn on your game. So,
    what is the point of Mystery Gift? Grab a friend with a GameBoy Color and a Pokémon Gold
    Game Pak, or Use the "Mystery Gift" option in Pokémon Stadium 2 and you will recieve a free
    prize once per day per person/computer.
    
    	Wondering what you can actually get with Mystery Gift? Here is the list:
    
    Common Items:
    Berry
    Bitter Berry
    Przcureberry
    Psncureberry
    Mint Berry
    Burnt Berry
    Ice Berry
    X Attack
    X Defend
    X Special
    Dire Hit
    Guard Spec.
    Pikachu Poster
    Clefairy Poster
    Jigglypuff Poster
    Weedle Doll
    Jigglypuff Doll
    Diglett Doll
    Oddish Doll
    Geodude Doll
    Machop Doll
    Poliwag Doll
    Shellder Doll
    Grimer Doll
    Gengar Doll
    Voltorb Doll
    Staryu Doll
    Magikarp Doll
    Bluesky Mail
    Eon Mail
    Morph Mail
    SNES
    
    
    Uncommon Items:
    Great Ball
    Gold Berry
    Miracle Berry
    Revive
    Super Repel
    Max Repel
    Ether
    Elixer
    Squirtle Doll
    Bulbasaur Doll
    Pikachu Bed
    Pink Bed
    Polkadot Bed
    Tropical Plant
    Magna Plant
    NES
    N64
    
    
    Rare Items:
    Leaf Stone
    Thunder Stone
    Fire Stone
    Water Stone
    Focus Lens
    Max Revive
    Max Ether
    Max Elixer
    Big Onix
    Big Plant
    Red Carpet
    Yellow Carpet
    Green Carpet
    Blue Carpet
    Virtual Boy
    
    
    Ultra-Rare Items:
    HP Up
    PP Up
    Big Lapras
    Surfing Pika Doll
    
    
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
     14. Battle Chart
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    	This battle chart simply lists each type's strengths, weaknesses, and which types
    it can't affect.
    
    Normal
    Strengths: None
    Weaknesses: Rock
    Can't Affect: Ghost
    
    Fire
    Strengths: Grass, Ice, Bug, Steel
    Weaknesses: Fire, Water, Rock, Dragon
    Can't Affect: None
    
    Water
    Strengths: Fire, Ground, Rock
    Weaknesses: Water, Grass, Dragon
    Can't Affect: None
    
    Electric
    Strengths: Water, Flying
    Weaknesses: Electric, Grass, Dragon
    Can't Affect: Ground
    
    Grass
    Strengths: Water, Ground, Rock
    Weaknesses: Fire, Grass, Poision, Flying, Bug, Dragon
    Can't Affect: None
    
    Ice
    Strengths: Grass, Ground, Flying, Dragon
    Weaknesses: Water, Ice
    Can't Affect: None
    
    Fighting
    Strengths: Normal, Ice, Rock, Steel
    Weaknesses: Poision, Flying, Psychic, Bug
    Can't Affect: Ghost
    
    Poision
    Strengths: Grass, Bug
    Weaknesses: Poision, Ground, Rock, Ghost
    Can't Affect: None
    
    Ground
    Strengths: Fire, Electric, Poision, Rock, Steel
    Weaknesses: Grass, Bug
    Can't Affect: Flying
    
    Flying
    Strengths: Grass, Fighting, Bug
    Weaknesses: Electric, Rock
    Can't Affect: None
    
    Psychic
    Strengths: Fighting, Poision, Ghost
    Weaknesses: Bug
    Can't Affect: None
    
    Bug
    Strengths: Grass, Poision, Psychic
    Weaknesses: Fire, Fighting, Flying, Ghost
    Can't Affect: None
    
    Rock
    Strengths: Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug
    Weaknesses: Water, Grass
    Can't Affect: None
    
    Ghost
    Strengths: None
    Weaknesses: Psychic
    Can't Affect: Normal (Exception: Confuse Ray)
    
    Dragon
    Strengths: Dragon
    Weaknesses: Ice
    Can't Affect: None
    
    Steel
    Strengths: Unknown
    Weaknesses: Fire, Ground, Fighting
    Can't Affect: None
    
    Evil
    Strengths: Psychic, Ghost
    Weaknesses: Fighting, Bug
    Can't Affect: Normal
    
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
     15. Pokémon Battle Chart
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    	This chart was not written by me. Sure, I revised it a little,
    but I didn't write and I take no credit from it. I'd like to thank
    lhyduk@yahoo.com and loudon@hotmail.com for letting me use it.
    
    
    Name(s): 001-Bulbasaur/002-Ivysaur/003-Venusaur
    Type(s): Poison/Grass
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                           Normal
    04       Growl                            Normal
    07       Leech Seed                       Grass
    10       Vine Whip                        Grass
    15       Poison Powder                    Poison
    15       Sleep Powder                     Poison
    20/22    Razor Leaf                       Grass
    25/29    Sweet Scent                      Normal
    32/38/41 Growth                           Normal
    39/47/53 Synthesis                        Grass
    46/56/65 Solarbeam                        Grass
    
    Name(s):004-Charmander/005-Charmeleon/006-Charizard
    Type(s): Fire, Fire, Fire/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                          Normal
    --       Growl                            Normal
    07       Ember                            Fire
    13       Smokescreen                      Normal
    19/20    Rage                             Normal
    25/27    Scary Face                       Normal
    31/34    Flamethrower                     Fire
    X/X/36   Wing Attack                      Flying
    37/41/44 Slash                            Normal
    43/48/54 Dragon Rage                      Dragon
    49/55/64 Fire Spin                        Fire
    
    Name(s):007-Squirtle/008-Wartortle/009-Blastoise
    Type(s): Water
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                           Normal
    04       Tail Whip                        Normal
    07       Bubble                           Water
    10       Withdraw                         Water
    13       Water Gun                        Water
    18/19    Bite                             Dark
    23/25    Rapid Spin                       Normal
    28/31    Protect                          Normal
    33/37/42 Rain Dance                       Water
    40/45/55 Skull Bash                       Normal
    47/55/68 Hydro Pump                       Water
    
    Name(s):010-Caterpie/011-Metapod/012-Butterfree
    Type(s): Bug, Bug, Bug/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                           Normal
    --       String Shot                      Bug
    X/7/X    Harden                           Normal
    X/X/10   Confusion                        Psychic
    X/X/13   Poison Powder                    Poison
    X/X/14   Stun Spore                       Grass
    X/X/15   Sleep Powder                     Grass
    X/X/18   Supersonic                       Normal
    X/X/23   Whirlwind                        Normal
    X/X/28   Gust                             Flying
    X/X/34   Psybeam                          Psychic
    X/X/40   Safeguard                        Normal
    
    Name(s):013-Weedle/014-Kakuna/015-Beedrill
    Type(s): Bug/Poison
    Attacks:
    --       Poison Sting                     Poison
    --       String Shot                      Bug
    X/7/X    Harden                           Normal
    X/X/10   Fury Attack                      Normal
    X/X/15   Focus Energy                     Normal
    X/X/20   Twin Needle                      Bug
    X/X/25   Rage                             Normal
    X/X/30   Pursuit                          Dark
    X/X/35   Pin Missile                      Bug
    X/X/40   Agility                          Psychic
    
    Name(s):016-Pidgey/017-Pidgeotto/018-Pidgeot
    Type(s): Normal/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                           Normal
    05       Sand-Attack                      Ground
    09       Gust                             Flying
    15       Quick Attack                     Normal
    21/23    Whirlwind                        Normal
    29/33    Wing Attack                      Flying
    36/43/46 Agility                          Psychic
    47/55/61 Mirror Move                      Flying
    
    Name(s):019-Rattata/020-Raticate
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                           Normal
    --       Tail Whip                        Normal
    07       Quick Attack                     Normal
    13       Hyper Fang                       Normal
    20       Focus Energy                     Normal
    X/20     Scary Face                       Normal
    27/30    Pursuit                          Dark
    34/40    Super Fang                       Normal
    
    Name(s):021-Spearow/022-Fearow
    Type(s): Normal/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Peck                             Flying
    --       Growl                            Normal
    07       Leer                             Normal
    13       Fury Attack                      Normal
    25/26    Pursuit                          Dark
    31/32    Mirror Move                      Flying
    37/40    Drill Peck                       Flying
    43/47    Agility                          Psychic
    
    Name(s): 023-Ekans/ 024-Arbok
    Type(s): Poison
    Attacks:
    --       Wrap                             Normal
    --       Leer                             Normal
    09       Poison Sting                     Poison
    15       Bite                             Dark
    23/25    Glare                            Normal
    29/33    Screech                          Normal
    37/43    Acid                             Poison
    43/51    Haze                             Ice
    
    Name(s): 025-Pikachu/ 026-Raichu
    Type(s): Electric
    Attacks:
    --       Thundershock                     Electric
    --       Growl                            Normal
    06       Tail Whip                        Normal
    08       Thunder Wave                     Electric
    11       Quick Attack                     Normal
    15       Double Team                      Normal
    20       Slam                             Normal
    25       Thunderbolt                      Electric
    33       Agility                          Psychic
    41       Thunder                          Electric
    50       Light Screen                     Psychic
    
    Name(s):027-Sandshrew/028-SandSlash
    Type(s): Ground
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                          Normal
    06       Defense Curl                     Normal
    11       Sand-Attack                      Ground
    17       Poison Sting                     Poison
    23/24    Slash                            Normal
    30/33    Swift                            Normal
    37/42    Fury Swipes                      Normal
    45/52    Sand Storm                       Rock
    
    Name(s): 029-Nidoran(f)/030-Nidorina/031-Nidoqueen
    Type(s): Poison, Poison, Poison/Ground
    Attacks:
    --       Growl                            Normal
    --       Tackle                           Normal
    08       Scratch                          Normal
    12       Double Kick                      Fighting
    17/19    Poison Sting                     Poison
    X/X/23   Body Slam                        Normal
    23/27    Tail Whip                        Normal
    30/36    Bite                             Dark
    38/46    Fury Swipes                      Normal
    
    Name(s):032-Nidoran(m)/033-Nidorino/034-Nidoking
    Type(s): Poison, Poison, Poison/Ground
    Attacks:
    --       Leer                             Normal
    --       Tackle                           Normal
    08       Horn Attack                      Normal
    12       Double Kick                      Fighting
    17/19    Poison Sting                     Poison
    X/X/23   Thrash                           Normal
    23/27    Focus Energy                     Normal
    30/36    Fury Attack                      Normal
    38/46    Horn Drill                       Normal
    
    Name(s):035-Clefairy/036-Clefable
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Pound                            Normal
    --       Growl                            Normal
    04       Encore                           Normal
    08       Sing                             Normal
    13       Double Slap                      Normal
    19       Minimize                         Normal
    26       Defense curl                     Normal
    34       Metronome                        Normal
    43       Moon Light                       Normal
    53       Barrier                          Psychic
    
    Name(s):037-Vulpix/038-Ninetales
    Type(s): Fire
    Attacks:
    --       Ember                            Fire
    --       Tail Whip                        Normal
    07       Quick Attack                     Normal
    13       Roar                             Normal
    19       Confuse Ray                      Ghost
    25       Safeguard                        Normal
    31       Flamethrower                     Fire
    37       Fire Spin                        Fire
    
    Name(s): 039-Jigglypuff/040-Wigglytuff
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Sing                             Normal
    04       Defense Curl                     Normal
    09       Pound                            Normal
    14       Disable                          Normal
    19       Rollout                          Rock
    24       Double Slap                      Normal
    29       Rest                             Psychic
    34       Body Slam                        Normal
    39       Double-Edge                      Normal
    
    Name(s):041-Zubat/042-Golbat/169-Crobat
    Type(s): Poison/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Leech Life                       Bug
    06       Supersonic                       Normal
    12       Bite                             Dark
    19       Confuse Ray                      Ghost
    27/30    Wing Attack                      Flying
    36/42    Scary Face                       Normal
    46/55/55 Haze                             Ice
    
    Name(s):043-Oddish/044-Gloom/045-Vileplume/182-Bellossom
    Type(s): Grass/Poison, Grass/Poison, Grass/Poison, Grass
    Attacks:
    --       Absorb                           Grass
    07       Sweet Scent                      Normal
    14       Poison Powder                    Poison
    16       Stun Spore                       Grass
    18       Sleep Powder                     Grass
    23/24    Acid                             Poison
    32/34    Moon Light                       Normal
    39/44    Petal Dance                      Grass
    X/X/X/55 Solarbeam                        Grass
    
    Name(s): 046-Paras/047-Parasect
    Type(s): Bug/Grass
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                          Normal
    07       Stun Spore                       Grass
    13       Poison Powder                    Poison
    19       Leech Life                       Bug
    25/28    Spore                            Grass
    31/37    Slash                            Normal
    37/46    Growth                           Normal
    43/55    Mega Drain                       Grass
    
    Name(s):048-Venonat/049-Venomoth
    Type(s): Bug/Poison
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                           Normal
    --       Disable                          Normal
    --       Foresight                        Normal
    09       Confuse Ray                      Ghost
    17       Confusion                        Psychic
    20       Poison Powder                    Poison
    25       Leech Life                       Bug
    28       Stun Spore                       Grass
    X/31     Gust                             Flying
    33/36    Psybeam                          Psychic
    36/42    Sleep Powder                     Grass
    41/52    Psychic                          Psychic
    
    Name(s):  050-Diglett/051-Dugtrio
    Type(s): Ground
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                          Normal
    05       Growl                            Normal
    09       Magnitude                        Ground
    17       Dig                              Ground
    25       Sand-Attack                      Ground
    33/37    Slash                            Normal
    41/49    Earthquake                       Ground
    49/61    Fissure                          Ground
    
    Name(s):052-Meowth/053-Persian
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                          Normal
    --       Growl                            Normal
    11       Bite                             Dark
    20       Pay Day                          Normal
    28       Faint Attack                     Dark
    35/38    Screech                          Normal
    41/46    Fury Swipes                      Normal
    46/53    Slash                            Normal
    
    Name(s): 054-Psyduck/055-Golduck
    Type(s): Water
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                          Normal
    05       Tail Whip                        Normal
    10       Disable                          Normal
    16       Confusion                        Psychic
    23       Screech                          Normal
    31       Psych Up                         Psychic
    40/44    Fury Swipes                      Normal
    50/58    Hydro Pump                       Water
    
    Name(s):056-Mankey/057-Primeape
    Type(s): Fighting
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                          Normal
    --       Leer                             Normal
    09       Low Kick                         Fighting
    15       Karate Chop                      Fighting
    21       Fury Swipes                      Normal
    27       Focus Energy                     Normal
    X/28     Rage                             Normal
    33/36    Seismic Toss                     Fighting
    39/45    Cross Chop                       Fighting
    45/54    Screech                          Normal
    51/63    Thrash                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 058-Growlithe/059-Arcanine
    Type(s): Fire
    Attacks:
    --       Bite                             Dark
    --       Roar                             Normal
    09       Ember                            Fire
    18       Leer                             Normal
    26       Take Down                        Normal
    34       Flame Wheel                      Fire
    42       Agility                          Psychic
    50       Flamethrower                     Fire
    
    Name(s):060-Poliwag/061-Poliwhirl/062-Poliwrath/186-Politoed
    Type(s): Water, Water, Water/Fighting, Water
    Attacks:
    --       Bubble                           Water
    07       Hypnosis                         Psychic
    13       Water Gun                        Water
    19       Doubleslap                       Normal
    25/27    Rain Dance                       Water
    31/35    Body Slam                        Normal
    37/43    Belly Drum                       Normal
    43/51    Hydro Pump                       Water
    X/X/X/-- Perish Song                      Normal
    X/X/X/51 Swagger                          Normal
    
    Name(s): 063-Abra/064-Kadabra/065-Alakazam
    Type(s): Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Teleport                          Psychic
    X/16     Confusion                         Psychic
    X/18     Disable                           Normal
    X/21     Psybeam                           Psychic
    X/26     Recover                           Normal
    X/31     Future Sight                      Psychic
    X/38     Psychic                           Psychic
    X/45     Barrier                           Psychic
    
    Name(s): 066-Machop/067-Machoke/068-Machamp
    Type(s): Fighting
    Attacks:
    --       Low Kick                          Fighting
    --       Leer                              Normal
    07       Focus Energy                      Normal
    13       Karate Chop                       Fighting
    19       Seismic Toss                      Fighting
    25       Foresight                         Normal
    31/34    Ball Braker                       Fighting
    37/43    Cross Chop                        Fighting
    43/52    Scary Face                        Normal
    49/61    Submission                        Fighting
    
    Name(s): 069-Bellsprout/070-Weepinbell/071-Victreebell
    Type(s): Grass/Poison
    Attacks:
    --       Vine Whip                         Grass
    06       Growth                            Normal
    11       Wrap                              Normal
    15       Sleep Powder                      Grass
    17       Poison Powder                     Poison
    19       Stun Spore                        Grass
    23/24    Acid                              Poison
    30/33    Sweet Scent                       Normal
    37/42    Razor Leaf                        Grass
    45/54    Slam                              Normal
    
    Name(s):072-Tentacool/073-Tentacruel
    Type(s): Water/Poison
    Attacks:
    --       Poison Sting                      Poison
    06       Supersonic                        Normal
    12       Wrap                              Normal
    19       Acid                              Poison
    25       Bubblebeam                        Water
    30       Constrict                         Normal
    36/38    Barrier                           Psychic
    43/47    Screech                           Normal
    49/55    Hydro Pump                        Water
    
    Name(s):074-Geodude/075-Graveler/076-Golem
    Type(s): Rock/Ground
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                            Normal
    06       Defense Curl                      Normal
    11       Rock Throw                        Rock
    16       Magnitude                         Ground
    21       Self Destruct                     Normal
    26/27    Harden                            Normal
    31/34    Rollout                           Rock
    36/41    Earthquake                        Ground
    41/48    Explosion                         Normal
    
    Name(s): 077-Ronyta/078-Rapidash
    Type(s): Fire
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                            Normal
    04       Growl                             Normal
    08       Tail Whip                         Normal
    13       Ember                             Fire
    19       Stomp                             Normal
    26       Fire Spin                         Fire
    34       Take Down                         Normal
    X/40     Fury Attack                       Fire
    43/47    Agility                           Psychic
    53/61    Fire Blast                        Fire
    
    Name(s):079-Slowpoke/080-Slowbro/199-Slowking
    Type(s): Water/Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                             Normal
    --       Curse                              ???
    06       Growl                              Normal
    15       Water Gun                          Water
    20       Confusion                          Psychic
    29       Disable                            Normal
    34       Headbutt                           Normal
    X/37     Withdraw                           Water
    43/45/X  Amnesia                            Psychic
    X/X/43   Swagger                            Normal
    48/54    Psychic                            Psychic
    
    Name(s):081-Magnamite/082-Magneton
    Type(s): Electric/steel
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                             Normal
    06       Thundershock                       Electric
    11       Supersonic                         Normal
    16       Sonicboom                          Normal
    21       Thunderwave                        Electric
    27       Lock-On                            Normal
    33/35    Swift                              Normal
    39/43    Screech                            Normal
    45/53    Thunder Jolt                       Electric
    
    Name(s): 083-Farfetch'd
    Type(s): Normal/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Peck                                Flying
    07       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    13       Leer                                Normal
    19       Fury Attack                         Normal
    25       Swords Dance                        Normal
    31       Agility                             Psychic
    37       Slash                               Normal
    44       False Swipe                         Normal
    
    Name(s):084-Doduo/085-Dodrio
    Type(s): Normal/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Peck                                Flying
    --       Growl                               Normal
    09       Pursuit                             Dark
    13       Fury Attack                         Normal
    21       Tri Attack                          Normal
    25       Rage                                Normal
    33/38    Drill Peck                          Flying
    37/47    Agility                             Psychic
    
    Name(s):086-Seel/087-Dewgong
    Type(s): Water, Water/Ice
    Attacks:
    --       Headbutt                            Normal
    05       Growl                               Normal
    16       Aurora Beam                         Ice
    21       Rest                                Psychic
    32       Take Down                           Normal
    37/43    Ice Beam                            Ice
    48/55    Safeguard                           Normal
    
    Name(s):088-Grimmer/089-Muk
    Type(s): Poison
    Attacks:
    --       Poison Gas                          Poison
    --       Pound                               Normal
    05       Harden                              Normal
    10       Disable                             Normal
    16       Sludge                              Poison
    23       Minimize                            Normal
    31       Screech                             Normal
    40/45    Acid Armor                          Poison
    50/60    Sludge Bomb                         Poison
    
    Name(s):090-Shellder/091-Cloyster
    Type(s): Water, Water/Ice
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Withdraw                            Water
    09       Supersonic                          Normal
    17       Aurora Beam                         Ice
    25       Protect                             Normal
    33       Leer                                Normal
    41       Clamp                               Water
    X/41     Spike Cannon                        Normal
    49       Ice Beam                            Ice
    
    Name(s):092-Gastly/093-Haunter/094-Gengar
    Type(s): Ghost/Poison
    Attacks:
    --       Hypnosis                            Psychic
    --       Lick                                Ghost
    08       Spite                               Ghost
    13       Mean Look                           Normal
    16       Curse                               ???
    21       Night Shade                         Ghost
    2/31     Confuse Ray                         Ghost
    33/39    Dream Eater                         Psychic
    36/48    Destiny Bond                        Ghost
    
    Name(s): 095-Onix/208-Steelix
    Type(s): Rock/Ground, Steel/Ground
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Screech                             Normal
    10       Bide                                Normal
    14       Rock Throw                          Rock
    23       Harden                              Normal
    27       Rage                                Normal
    36       Sand Storm                          Rock
    40       Slam                                Normal
    X/48     Crunch                              Dark
    
    Name(s): 096-Drowzee/097-Hypno
    Type(s): Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Pound                               Normal
    --       Hypnosis                            Psychic
    10       Disable                             Normal
    18       Confusion                           Psychic
    25       Headbutt                            Normal
    31/33    Poison Gas                          Poison
    36/40    Meditate                            Psychic
    40/49    Psychic                             Psychic
    43/55    Psych Up                            Psychic
    45/60    Future Sight                        Psychic
    
    Name(s): 098-Krabby/099-Kingler
    Type(s): Water
    Attacks:
    --       Bubble                              Water
    05       Leer                                Normal
    12       Vicegrip                            Normal
    16       Harden                              Normal
    23       Stomp                               Normal
    27       Guillotine                          Normal
    34/38    Protect                             Normal
    41/49    Crabhammer                          Water
    
    Name(s):100-Voltorb/101-Electrode
    Type(s): Electric
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    09       Screech                             Normal
    17       Sonicboom                           Normal
    23       Self Destruct                       Normal
    29       Rollout                             Rock
    33/34    Light Screen                        Psychic
    37/40    Swift                               Normal
    39/44    Explosion                           Normal
    41/48    Mirror Coat                         Psychic
    
    Name(s):102-Exeggcute/103-Exeggutor
    Type(s): Grass/Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Barrage                             Normal
    --       Hypnosis                            Psychic
    07       Reflect                             Psychic
    13       Leech Seed                          Grass
    19       Confusion                           Psychic
    X/19     Stomp                               Normal
    25       Stun Spore                          Grass
    31       Poison Powder                       Poison
    37       Sleep Powder                        Grass
    43       Solarbeam                           Grass
    
    Name(s):104-Cubone/105-Marowak
    Type(s): Ground
    Attacks:
    --       Growl                               Normal
    05       Tail Whip                           Normal
    09       Bone Club                           Ground
    13       Headbutt                            Normal
    17       Leer                                Normal
    21       Focus Energy                        Normal
    25       Bonemarang                          Ground
    29/32    Rage                                Normal
    33/39    False Swipe                         Normal
    37/46    Thrash                              Normal
    41/53    Bone Rush                           Ground
    
    Name(s): 106-Hitmonlee
    Type(s): Fighting
    Attacks:
    --       Double Kick                         Fighting
    06       Meditate                            Psychic
    11       Rolling kick                        Fighting
    16       Jump Kick                           Fighting
    21       Focus Energy                        Normal
    26       Hi Jump Kick                        Fighting
    31       Mind Reader                         Normal
    36       Foresight                           Normal
    41       Endure                              Normal
    46       Mega Kick                           Normal
    51       Reversal                            Fighting
    
    Name(s): 107-Hitmonchan
    Type(s): Fighting
    Attacks:
    --       Comet Punch                         Normal
    07       Agility                             Psychic
    13       Pursuit                             Dark
    26       Fire Punch                          Fire
    26       Ice Punch                           Ice
    26       Thunder Punch                       Electric
    32       Mach Punch                          Fighting
    38       Mega Punch                          Normal
    44       Detect                              Fighting
    50       Counter                             Fighting
    
    Name(s): 108-Lickitung
    Type(s):  Normal
    Attacks:
    --        Lick                               Ghost
    07        Supersonic                         Normal
    13        Defense Curl                       Normal
    19        Stomp                              Normal
    25        Wrap                               Normal
    31        Disable                            Normal
    37        Slam                               Normal
    43        Screech                            Normal
    
    Name(s): 109-Koffing/110-Weezing
    Type(s): Poison
    Attacks:
    --       Poison Gas                          Poison
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    09       Smog                                Poison
    17       Self Destruct                       Normal
    21       Sludge                              Poison
    25       Smokescreen                         Normal
    33       Haze                                Ice
    41/44    Explosion                           Normal
    45/51    Destiny Bond                        Ghost
    
    Name(s):111-Rhyhorn/112-Rhydon
    Type(s): Rock/Ground
    Attacks:
    --       Horn Attack                         Normal
    --       Tail Whip                           Normal
    13       Stomp                               Normal
    19       Fury Attack                         Normal
    31       Leer                                Normal
    37       Horn Drill                          Normal
    49/54    Take Down                           Normal
    55/65    Earthquake                          Ground
    
    Name(s):113-Chansey/242-Blissey
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Pound                               Normal
    05/04    Growl                               Normal
    09/07    Tail Whip                           Normal
    13/10    Softboiled                          Normal
    17/13    Double Slap                         Normal
    23/18    Minimize                            Normal
    29/23    Sing                                Normal
    35/28    Egg Bomb                            Normal
    41/33    Defense Curl                        Normal
    49/40    Light Screen                        Psychic
    57/47    Double-Edge                         Normal
    
    Name(s): 114-Tangela
    Type(s): Grass
    Attacks:
    --       Constrict                           Normal
    04       Sleep Powder                        Grass
    10       Absorb                              Grass
    13       Poison Powder                       Poison
    19       Vine Whip                           Grass
    25       Bide                                Normal
    31       Mega Drain                          Grass
    34       Stun Spore                          Grass
    40       Slam                                Normal
    46       Growth                              Normal
    
    Name(s): 115-Kangaskhan
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Comet Punch                         Normal
    07       Leer                                Normal
    13       Bite                                Dark
    19       Tail Whip                           Normal
    25       Mega Punch                          Normal
    31       Rage                                Normal
    37       Focus Energy                        Normal
    43       Dizzy Punch                         Normal
    49       Reversal                            Fighting
    
    Name(s):116-Horsea/117-Seadra/230-Kingdra
    Type(s): Water, Water, Water/Dragon
    Attacks:
    --       Bubble                              Water
    08       Smokescreen                         Normal
    15       Leer                                Normal
    22       Water Gun                           Water
    29       Twister                             Dragon
    36/40    Agility                             Psychic
    43/51    Hydro Pump                          Water
    
    Name(s):118-Goldeen/119-Seaking
    Type(s): Water
    Attacks:
    --       Peck                                Normal
    --       Tail Whip                           Normal
    10       Supersonic                          Normal
    15       Horn Attack                         Normal
    24       Flail                               Normal
    29       Fury Attack                         Normal
    38/41    Waterfall                           Water
    43/49    Horn Drill                          Normal
    52/61    Agility                             Psychic
    
    Name(s): 120- Staryu/121-Starmie
    Type(s): Water, Water/Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Harden                              Normal
    07       Water Gun                           Water
    13       Rapid Spin                          Normal
    19       Recover                             Normal
    25       Swift                               Normal
    31       Bubblebeam                          Water
    37       Minimize                            Normal
    43       Light Screen                        Psychic
    50       Hydro Pump                          Water
    
    Name(s): 122- Mr. Mime
    Type(s): Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Barrier                             Psychic
    06       Confusion                           Psychic
    11       Substitute                          Normal
    16       Meditate                            Psychic
    21       Double Slap                         Normal
    26       Reflect                             Psychic
    26       Light Screen                        Psychic
    31       Encore                              Normal
    36       Psybeam                             Psychic
    41       Baton Pass                          Normal
    46       Safeguard                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 123- Scyther/212-Scisor
    Type(s): Bug/Flying, Bug/Steel
    Attacks:
    --       Quick Attack                        Normal
    --       Leer                                Normal
    06       Focus Energy                        Normal
    12       Pursuit                             Dark
    18       False Swipe                         Normal
    24       Agility                             Psychic
    30/X     Wing Attack                         Flying
    X/30     Metal Claw                          Steel
    36       Slash                               Normal
    42       Swords Dance                        Normal
    48       Double Team                         Normal
    
    Name(s):124- Jynx
    Type(s): Ice/Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Pound                               Normal
    --       Lick                                Ghost
    --       Powder Snow                         Ice
    --       lovely kiss                         Normal
    21       Double Slap                         Normal
    25       Ice Punch                           Ice
    35       Mean Look                           Normal
    41       Body Slam                           Normal
    51       Perish Song                         Normal
    57       Blizzard                            Ice
    
    Name(s):125-Electabuzz
    Type(s): Electric
    Attacks:
    --       Quick Attack                        Normal
    --       Leer                                Normal
    --       Thunderpunch                        Electric
    17       Light Screen                        Psychic
    25       Swift                               Normal
    36       Screech                             Normal
    47       Thunderbolt                         Electric
    58       Thunder                             Electric
    
    Name(s): 126-Magmar
    Type(s): Fire
    Attacks:
    --       Ember                               Fire
    --       Leer                                Normal
    --       Smog                                Poison
    --       Fire Punch                          Fire
    25       Smokescreen                         Normal
    33       Sunny Day                           Fire
    41       Flamethrower                        Fire
    49       Confuse Ray                         Ghost
    57       Fire Blast                          Fire
    
    Name(s): 127-Pinsir
    Type(s): Bug
    Attacks:
    --       Vicegrip                            Normal
    07       Focus Energy                        Normal
    13       Constrict                           Normal
    19       Seismic Toss                        Fighting
    25       Harden                              Normal
    31       Guillotine                          Normal
    37       Submission                          Fighting
    43       Swords Dance                        Normal
    
    Name(s): 128-Tauros
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    04       Tail Whip                           Normal
    08       Rage                                Normal
    13       Horn Attack                         Normal
    19       Scary Face                          Normal
    26       Pursuit                             Dark
    34       Rest                                Psychic
    43       Thrash                              Normal
    53       Take Down                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 129-Magikarp/130-Gyarados
    Type(s): Water, Water/Flying
    Attacks:
    X/--     Thrash                              Normal
    --/X     Splash                              Normal
    15/X     Tackle                              Normal
    X/20     Bite                                Dark
    X/25     Dragonrage                          Dragon
    X/30     Leer                                Normal
    X/35     Twister                             Dragon
    X/40     Hydro Pump                          Water
    X/45     Rain Dance                          Water
    X/50     Hyperbeam                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 131-Lapras
    Type(s): Ice/Water
    Attacks:
    --       Water Gun                           Water
    --       Growl                               Normal
    --       Sing                                Normal
    08       Haze                                Ice
    15       Body Slam                           Normal
    22       Confuse Ray                         Ghost
    29       Perish Song                         Normal
    36       Ice Beam                            Ice
    43       Mist                                Water
    50       Safeguard                           Normal
    57       Hydro Pump                          Water
    
    Name(s): 132- Ditto
    Type(s):  Normal
    Attacks:
    --        Transform                          Normal
    
    Name(s): 133- Eevee
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Tail Whip                           Normal
    08       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    16       Growl                               Normal
    23       Quick Attack                        Normal
    30       Bite                                Dark
    36       Focus Energy                        Normal
    42       Take Down                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 134-Vaporeon
    Type(s): Water
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Tail Whip                           Normal
    08       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    16       Water Gun                           Water
    23       Quick Attack                        Normal
    30       Bite                                Dark
    36       Aurora Beam                         Ice
    42       Haze                                Ice
    47       Acid Armor                          Poison
    52       Hydro Pump                          Water
    
    Name(s): 135-Jolteon
    Type(s): Electric
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Tail Whip                           Normal
    08       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    16       Thundershock                        Electric
    23       Quick Attack                        Normal
    30       Double Kick                         Fighting
    36       Pin Missile                         Bug
    42       Thunderwave                         Electric
    47       Agility                             Psychic
    52       Thunder                             Electric
    
    Name(s): 136-Flareon
    Type(s): Fire
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Tail Whip                           Normal
    08       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    16       Ember                               Fire
    23       Quick Attack                        Normal
    30       Bite                                Dark
    36       Fire Spin                           Fire
    42       Smog                                Poison
    47       Leer                                Normal
    52       Flamethrower                        Fire
    
    Name(s): 137- Porygon/233-Porygon 2
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Conversion                          Normal
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Conversion2                         Normal
    09       Agility                             Psychic
    12       Psybeam                             Psychic
    20       Recover                             Normal
    24/X     Sharpen                             Normal
    X/24     Defense Curl                        Normal
    32       Lock-On                             Normal
    36       Tri Attack                          Normal
    44       Zap Cannon                          Electric
    
    Name(s): 138-Omanyte/139-Omastar
    Type(s): Rock/Water
    Attacks:
    --       Wrap                                Normal
    --       Withdraw                            Water
    13       Bite                                Dark
    19       Water Gun                           Water
    31       Leer                                Normal
    37       Defend                              Normal
    X/40     Spike Cannon                        Normal
    49/54    Ancient Power                       Rock
    55/65    Hydro Pump                          Water
    
    Name(s): 140-Kabuto/141-Kabutops
    Type(s): Rock/Water
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                             Normal
    --       Harden                              Normal
    10       Absorb                              Grass
    19       Leer                                Normal
    28       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    37       Focus Energy                        Normal
    X/40     Slash                               Normal
    46/51    Mega Drain                          Grass
    55/65    Ancient Power                       Rock
    
    Name(s): 142- Aerodactyl
    Type(s): Rock/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Wing Attack                         Flying
    08       Agility                             Psychic
    15       Bite                                Dark
    22       Supersonic                          Normal
    29       Ancient Power                       Rock
    36       Scary Face                          Normal
    43       Take Down                           Normal
    50       Hyperbeam                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 143-Snorlax
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    08       Amnesia                             Psychic
    15       Defense Curl                        Normal
    22       Belly Drum                          Normal
    29       Headbutt                            Normal
    36       Snore                               Normal
    36       Rest                                Psychic
    43       Body Slam                           Normal
    50       Rollout                             Rock
    57       Hyperbeam                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 144- Articuno
    Type(s): Ice/Flying
    Attacks:
    --      Gust                                 Flying
    --      Powder Snow                          Ice
    13      Mist                                 Ice
    25      Agility                              Psychic
    37      Mind Reader                          Normal
    49      Ice Beam                             Ice
    61      Reflect                              Psychic
    73      Blizzard                             Ice
    
    Name(s): 145-Zapdos
    Type(s): Electric/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Peck                                Flying
    --       Thundershock                        Electric
    13       Thunderwave                         Electric
    25       Agility                             Psychic
    37       Detect                              Fighting
    49       Drill Peck                          Flying
    61       Light Screen                        Psychic
    73       Thunder                             Electric
    
    Name(s): 146-Moltres
    Type(s): Fire/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Wing Attack                         Flying
    --       Ember                               Fire
    13       Fire Spin                           Fire
    25       Agility                             Psychic
    37       Endure                              Normal
    49       Flamethrower                        Fire
    61       Safeguard                           Normal
    73       Sky Attack                          Flying
    
    Name(s): 147-Dratini/148-Dragonair/149-Dragonite
    Type(s): Dragon, Dragon, Dragon/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Wrap                                Normal
    --       Leer                                Normal
    08       Thunderwave                         Electric
    15       Twister                             Dragon
    22       Dragonrage                          Dragon
    29       Slam                                Normal
    36/38    Agility                             Psychic
    43/47    Safeguard                           Normal
    X/X/55   Wing Attack                         Flying
    50/56/61 Outrage                             Dragon
    57/65/75 Hyperbeam                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 150-Mewtwo
    Type(s): Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Confusion                           Psychic
    --       Disable                             Normal
    11       Barrier                             Psychic
    22       Swift                               Normal
    33       Psych Up                            Normal
    44       Future Sight                        Psychic
    55       Mist                                Ice
    66       Psychic                             Psychic
    77       Amnesia                             Psychic
    88       Recover                             Normal
    99       Safeguard                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 151-Mew
    Type(s): Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Pound                               Normal
    10       Transform                           Normal
    20       Mega Punch                          Normal
    30       Metronome                           Normal
    40       Psychic                             Psychic
    50       Ancient Power                       Rock
    
    Name(s): 152-Chikorita/153-Bayleef/154-Meganium
    Type(s): Grass
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Growl                               Normal
    08       Razor Leaf                          Grass
    12       Reflect                             Psychic
    15       Poison Powder                       Poison
    22/23    Synthesis                           Grass
    29/31    Body Slam                           Normal
    36/39/41 Light Screen                        Psychic
    43/47/51 Safeguard                           Normal
    50/55/61 Solarbeam                           Grass
    
    Name(s): 155-Cyndaquil/156-Quilava/157-Typhlosion
    Type(s): Fire
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Leer                                Normal
    06       Smokescreen                         Normal
    12       Ember                               Fire
    19/21    Quick Attack                        Normal
    27/31    Flame Wheel                         Fire
    36/42/45 Swift                               Normal
    46/54/60 Flamethrower                        Fire
    
    Name(s): 158-Totodile/159-Croconaw/160-Feraligatr
    Type(s): Water
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                             Normal
    --       Leer                                Normal
    07       Rage                                Normal
    13       Water Gun                           Water
    20/21    Bite                                Dark
    27/28    Scary Face                          Normal
    35/37/38 Slash                               Normal
    43/45/47 Screech                             Normal
    52/55/58 Hydro Pump                          Water
    
    Name(s): 161-Sentret/162-Furret
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    05       Defense Curl                        Normal
    11       Quick Attack                        Normal
    17/18    Fury Swipes                         Normal
    25/28    Slam                                Normal
    33/38    Rest                                Psychic
    41/48    Amnesia                             Psychic
    
    Name(s): 163-HootHoot/164-Noctowl
    Type(s): Normal/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Growl                               Normal
    06       Foresight                           Normal
    11       Peck                                Flying
    16       Hypnosis                            Psychic
    22/25    Reflect                             Psychic
    28/33    Double-Edge                         Normal
    34/41    Confusion                           Psychic
    48/57    Dream Eater                         Psychic
    
    Name(s): 165- Ledyba/ 166-Ledian
    Type(s): Bug/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    08       Supersonic                          Normal
    15       Comet Punch                         Normal
    22/24    Safeguard                           Normal
    22/24    Reflect                             Psychic
    22/24    Light Screen                        Psychic
    29/33    Baton Pass                          Normal
    36/42    Swift                               Normal
    43/51    Agility                             Psychic
    50/60    Take Down                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 167-Spinarak/168-Ariados
    Type(s): Bug/Poison
    Attacks:
    --       Poison sting                        Poison
    --       String Shot                         Bug
    06       Leer                                Normal
    11       Constrict                           Normal
    17       Night Shade                         Ghost
    23/25    Leech Life                          Bug
    30/34    Fury Swipes                         Normal
    37/43    Spider Web                          Bug
    45/53    Screech                             Normal
    55/63    Psychic                             Psychic
    
    Name(s): 170-Chinchou/171-Lanturn
    Type(s): Electric/Water
    Attacks:
    --       Bubble                              Water
    --       Thunderwave                         Electric
    05       Supersonic                          Normal
    13       Flail                               Normal
    17       Water Gun                           Water
    25       Spark                               Electric
    29/33    Confuse Ray                         Ghost
    37/45    Double-Edge                         Normal
    41/53    Hydro Pump                          Water
    
    Name(s): 172-Pichu
    Type(s): Electric
    Attacks:
    --       Thundershock                        Electric
    --       Charm                               Normal
    06       Tail Whip                           Normal
    08       Thunderwave                         Electric
    11       Sweet Kiss                          Normal
    
    Name(s):173-Cleffa
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Pound                               Normal
    --       Charm                               Normal
    04       Encore                              Normal
    08       Sing                                Normal
    13       Sweet Kiss                          Normal
    
    Name(s): 174-Igglybuff
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Sing                                Normal
    --       Charm                               Normal
    04       Defense Curl                        Normal
    09       Pound                               Normal
    14       Sweet Kiss                          Normal
    
    Name(s): 175-Togepi/176-Togetic
    Type(s): Normal, Normal/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Growl                               Normal
    --       Charm                               Normal
    07       Metronome                           Normal
    18       Sweet Kiss                          Normal
    25       Encore                              Normal
    31       Safeguard                           Normal
    38       Take Down                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 177-Natu/178-Xatu
    Type(s): Psychic/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Peck                                Flying
    --       Leer                                Normal
    10       Night Shade                         Ghost
    20       Teleport                            Psychic
    30/35    Future Sight                        Psychic
    40/50    Confuse Ray                         Ghost
    50/65    Psychic                             Psychic
    
    Name(s):179-Mareep/180-Flaffy/181-Ampharos
    Type(s): Electric
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Growl                               Normal
    09       Thundershock                        Electric
    16/18    Thunderwave                         Electric
    23/27    Cotton Spore                        Grass
    X/X/30   Thunderpunch                        Electric
    30/36/42 Light Screen                        Psychic
    37/45/57 Thunder                             Electric
    
    Name(s): 183-Marril/184-Azumarill
    Type(s): Water
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Defense Curl                        Normal
    06       Tail Whip                           Normal
    10       Water Gun                           Water
    15       Rollout                             Rock
    21/25    Bubblebeam                          Water
    28/36    Take Down                           Normal
    36/48    Rain Dance                          Water
    
    Name(s): 185-Sudowoodo
    Type(s): Rock
    Attacks:
    --       Rock Throw                          Rock
    --       Mimic                               Normal
    10       Flail                               Normal
    19       Low Kick                            Fighting
    28       Rock slide                          Rock
    37       Faint Attack                        Dark
    46       Slam                                Normal
    
    Name(s): 187-Hoppip/188-Skiploom/189-Jumpluff
    Type(s): Grass/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Splash                              Normal
    --       Synthesis                           Grass
    05       Tail Whip                           Normal
    10       Tackle                              Normal
    13       Poison Powder                       Poison
    15       Stun Spore                          Grass
    17       Sleep Powder                        Grass
    20/22    Leech Seed                          Grass
    25/29/33 Cotton Spore                        Grass
    30/36/44 Mega Drain                          Grass
    
    Name(s): 190-Aipom
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                             Normal
    --       Tail Whip                           Normal
    06       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    12       Baton Pass                          Normal
    19       Fury Swipes                         Normal
    27       Swift                               Normal
    36       Screech                             Normal
    46       Agility                             Psychic
    
    Name(s): 191-Sunkern/192-Sunflora
    Evolution(s): Sun Stone-->Sunflora
    Type(s):  Grass
    Attacks:
    --        Absorb                             Grass
    X/--      Pound                              Normal
    4/4       Growth                             Normal
    10/X      Mega Drain                         Grass
    X/10      Razor Leaf                         Grass
    19/19     Sunny Day                          Fire
    31/X      Synthesis                          Grass
    X/31      Petal Dance                        Grass
    46/X      Giga Drain                         Grass
    X/46      Solarbeam                          Grass
    
    Name(s): 193-Yanma
    Type(s): Bug/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Foresight                           Normal
    07       Quick Attack                        Normal
    13       Double Team                         Normal
    19       Sonicboom                           Normal
    25       Detect                              Fighting
    31       Supersonic                          Normal
    37       Swift                               Normal
    43       Screech                             Normal
    
    Name(s): 194-Wooper/195-Quagsire
    Type(s): Water/Ground
    Attacks:
    --       Water Gun                           Water
    --       Tail Whip                           Normal
    11       Slam                                Normal
    21/23    Amnesia                             Psychic
    31/35    Earthquake                          Ground
    41/47    Rain Dance                          Water
    51/59    Haze                                Ice
    51/59    Mist                                Ice
    
    Name(s): 196- Espeon
    Type(s): Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Tail Whip                           Normal
    08       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    16       Confusion                           Psychic
    23       Quick Attack                        Normal
    30       Swift                               Normal
    36       Psybeam                             Psychic
    42       Psych Up                            Psychic
    47       Psychic                             Psychic
    52       Morning Sun                         Normal
    
    Name(s): 197-Umbreon
    Type(s): Dark
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Tail Whip                           Normal
    08       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    16       Pursuit                             Dark
    23       Quick Attack                        Normal
    30       Confuse Ray                         Ghost
    36       Faint Attack                        Dark
    42       Mean Look                           Normal
    47       Screech                             Normal
    52       Moonlight                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 198-Murkrow
    Type(s): Dark/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Peck                                Flying
    11       Pursuit                             Dark
    16       Haze                                Ice
    26       Night Shade                         Ghost
    31       Faint Attack                        Dark
    41       Mean Look                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 200-Misdreavus
    Type(s): Ghost
    Attacks:
    --       Growl                               Normal
    --       Psywave                             Psychic
    06       Spite                               Ghost
    12       Confuse Ray                         Ghost
    19       Mean Look                           Normal
    27       Psybeam                             Psychic
    36       Pain Split                          Normal
    46       Perish Song                         Normal
    
    Name(s):201-Unown
    Type(s): Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Hidden Power                        Normal
    
    Name(s): 202-Wobbuffet
    Type(s): Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Counter                             Fighting
    --       Mirror Coat                         Psychic
    --       Safeguard                           Normal
    --       Destiny Bond                        Ghost
    
    Name(s):203-Girafarig
    Type(s): Normal/Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Growl                               Normal
    --       Confusion                           Psychic
    --       Stomp                               Normal
    20       Agility                             Psychic
    30       Baton Pass                          Normal
    41       Psybeam                             Psychic
    54       Crunch                              Dark
    
    Name(s): 204-Pineco/205-Forretress
    Type(s): Bug, Bug/Steel
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Safeguard                           Normal
    08       Self Destruct                       Normal
    15       Double-Edge                         Normal
    22       Rapid Spin                          Normal
    29       delayed power punch                 Normal
    36/39    Explosion                           Normal
    43/49    Spikes                              Ground
    50/59    Take Down                           Normal
    
    Name(s): 206-Dunsparce
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Rage                                Normal
    05       Defense Curl                        Normal
    13       Glare                               Normal
    18       Spite                               Ghost
    26       Pursuit                             Dark
    30       Screech                             Normal
    38       Double-Edge                         Normal
    
    Name(s): 207-Gligar
    Type(s): Ground/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Poison Sting                        Poison
    06       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    14       Harden                              Normal
    20       Quick Attack                        Normal
    28       Faint Attack                        Dark
    36       Slash                               Normal
    44       Screech                             Normal
    52       Ultra-Slash                         Normal
    
    Name(s):209-Snubbull/210-Granbull
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Scary Face                          Normal
    04       Tail Whip                           Normal
    08       Charm                               Normal
    13       Bite                                Dark
    19       Lick                                Ghost
    26/28    Roar                                Normal
    34/38    Rage                                Normal
    43/51    Double-Edge                         Normal
    
    Name(s):211-Qwilfish
    Type(s): Water/Poison
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Poison sting                        Poison
    10       Harden                              Normal
    10       Minimize                            Normal
    19       Water Gun                           Water
    28       Pin Missle                          Bug
    37       Double-Edge                         Normal
    46       Hydro Pump                          Water
    
    Name(s): 213-Shuckle
    Type(s): Bug/Rock
    Attacks:
    --       Constrict                           Normal
    --       Withdraw                            Water
    09       Wrap                                Normal
    14       Encore                              Normal
    23       Safeguard                           Normal
    28       Bide                                Normal
    37       Rest                                Psychic
    
    Name(s):214-Heracross
    Type(s): Bug/Fighting
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Leer                                Normal
    06       Horn Attack                         Normal
    12       Endure                              Normal
    19       Fury Attack                         Normal
    27       Counter                             Fighting
    35       Take Down                           Normal
    44       Reversal                            Fighting
    54       Megahorn                            Bug
    
    Name(s): 215-Sneasel
    Type(s): Dark/Ice
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                             Normal
    --       Leer                                Normal
    09       Quick Attack                        Normal
    17       Screech                             Normal
    25       Faint Attack                        Dark
    33       Fury Swipes                         Normal
    41       Agility                             Psychic
    49       Slash                               Normal
    57       Beat Up                             Dark
    
    Name(s):216-Teddiursa/217-Ursaring
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Scratch                             Normal
    --       Leer                                Normal
    08       Lick                                Ghost
    15       Fury Swipes                         Normal
    22       Faint Attack                        Dark
    29       Rest                                Psychic
    36/39    Slash                               Normal
    43/49    Snore                               Normal
    50/59    Thrash                              Normal
    
    Name(s): 218-Slugma/219-Magcargo
    Type(s): Fire, Fire/Rock
    Attacks:
    --       Smog                                Poison
    08       Ember                               Fire
    15       Rock Throw                          Rock
    22       Harden                              Normal
    29       Amnesia                             Psychic
    36       Flamethrower                        Fire
    43/48    Rock Slide                          Rock
    50/60    Body Slam                           Normal
    
    Name(s):220-Swinub/221-Piloswine
    Type(s): Ice/Ground
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    10       Powder Snow                         Ice
    19       Endure                              Normal
    28       Double-Edge                         Normal
    X/33     Fury Attack                         Normal
    37/42    Haze                                Ice
    46/56    Ice Beam                            Ice
    
    Name(s):222-Corsola
    Type(s): Rock/Water
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    07       Harden                              Normal
    13       Bubble                              Water
    19       Recover                             Normal
    25       Bubble beam                         Water
    31       Spike Cannon                        Normal
    37       Mirror Coat                         Psychic
    43       Ancient Power                       Rock
    
    Name(s): 223-Remoraid/224-Octillery
    Type(s): Water
    Attacks:
    --       Water Gun                           Water
    11       Lock-On                             Normal
    22       Bubblebeam                          Water
    22       Psybeam                             Psychic
    22       Aurora Beam                         Ice
    X/25     Octazooka                           Water
    33/38    Focus Energy                        Normal
    44/54    Ice Beam                            Ice
    55/70    Hyperbeam                           Normal
    
    Name(s):225-Delibird
    Type(s): Ice/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Present                             Normal
    
    Name(s): 226-Mantine
    Type(s): Water/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Bubble                              Water
    10       Supersonic                          Normal
    18       Bubblebeam                          Water
    25       Double-Edge                         Normal
    32       Agility                             Psychic
    40       Wing Attack                         Flying
    49       Confuse Ray                         Ghost
    
    Name(s):227- Skarmory
    Type(s): Steel/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Leer                                Normal
    --       Peck                                Flying
    13       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    19       Swift                               Normal
    25       Agility                             Psychic
    37       Fury Attack                         Normal
    49       Steel Wing                          Steel
    
    Name(s):228-Houndour/229-Houndoom
    Type(s): Dark/Fire
    Attacks:
    --       Leer                                Normal
    --       Ember                               Fire
    07       Roar                                Normal
    13       Smog                                Poison
    20       Bite                                Dark
    27/30    Faint Attack                        Dark
    35/41    Flamethrower                        Fire
    43/52    Crunch                              Dark
    
    Name(s):231-Phanpy/232-Donphan
    Type(s): Ground
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    --       Growl                               Normal
    09       Defense Curl                        Normal
    17       Flail                               Normal
    25       Double-Edge                         Normal
    X/25     Fury Attack                         Normal
    33/33    Rollout                             Rock
    41/X     Focus Energy                        Normal
    X/41     Rapid Spin                          Normal
    49/X     Take Down                           Normal
    X/49     Earthquake                          Ground
    
    Name(s): 234-Stantler
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                              Normal
    08       Leer                                Normal
    15       Hypnosis                            Psychic
    23       Stomp                               Normal
    31       Sand-Attack                         Ground
    40       Take Down                           Normal
    49       Confuse Ray                         Ghost
    
    Name(s): 235-Smeargle
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Sketch                              Normal
    
    Name(s): 236-Tyrogue
    Type(s): Fighting
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                             Normal
    
    Name(s): 237-Hitmontop
    Type(s): Fighting
    Attacks:
    --       Rolling kick                       Fighting
    07       Focus Energy                       Normal
    13       Pursuit                            Dark
    19       Quick Attack                       Normal
    25       Rapid Spin                         Normal
    31       multi-fight                        Fighting
    37       Agility                            Psychic
    43       Detect                             Fighting
    49       Triple Kick                        Fighting
    
    Name(s):238-Smoochum
    Type(s): Ice/Psychic
    Attacks:
    --       Pound                              Normal
    --       Lick                               Ghost
    09       Sweet Kiss                         Normal
    13       Powder Snow                        Ice
    21       Confusion                          Psychic
    25       Sing                               Normal
    33       Mean Look                          Normal
    37       Psychic                            Psychic
    45       Perish Song                        Normal
    49       Blizzard                           Ice
    
    Name(s):239-Elekid
    Type(s): Electric
    Attacks:
    --       Quick Attack                       Normal
    --       Leer                               Normal
    09       Thunder Punch                      Electric
    17       Light Screen                       Psychic
    25       Swift                              Normal
    33       Screech                            Normal
    41       Thunderbolt                        Electric
    49       Thunder                            Electric
    
    Name(s): 240-Magby
    Type(s): Fire
    Attacks:
    --       Ember                              Fire
    --       Leer                               Normal
    13       Smog                               Poison
    19       Fire Punch                         Fire
    25       Smokescreen                        Normal
    31       Sunny Day                          Fire
    37       Flamethrower                       Fire
    43       Confuse Ray                        Ghost
    49       Fire Blast                         Fire
    
    Name(s): 241-Milktank
    Type(s): Normal
    Attacks:
    --       Tackle                             Normal
    04       Growl                              Normal
    08       Defense Curl                       Normal
    13       Stomp                              Normal
    19       Milk Drink                         Normal
    26       delayed power punch                Normal
    34       Rollout                            Rock
    43       Body Slam                          Normal
    53       Healing Bell                       Normal
    
    Name(s): 243-Raikou
    Type(s): Electric
    Attacks:
    --       Bite                               Dark
    --       Leer                               Normal
    11       Thundershock                       Electric
    21       Roar                               Normal
    31       Quick Attack                       Normal
    41       Spark                              Electric
    51       Reflect                            Psychic
    61       Crunch                             Dark
    71       Thunder                            Electric
    
    Name(s):244-Entei
    Type(s): Fire
    Attacks:
    --       Bite                               Dark
    --       Leer                               Normal
    11       Ember                              Fire
    21       Roar                               Normal
    31       Fire Spin                          Fire
    41       Stomp                              Normal
    51       Flamethrower                       Fire
    61       brag                               Normal
    71       Fire Blast                         Fire
    
    Name(s):245-Suicune
    Type(s): Water
    Attacks:
    --       Bite                               Dark
    --       Leer                               Normal
    11       Water Gun                          Water
    21       Roar                               Normal
    31       Gust                               Flying
    41       Bubblebeam                         Water
    51       Mist                               Ice
    61       Mirror Coat                        Psychic
    71       Hydro Pump                         Water
    
    Name(s): 246-Larvitar/247-Pupitar/248-Tyranitar
    Type(s): Rock/Ground, Rock/Ground, Rock/Dark
    Attacks:
    --       Bite                               Dark
    --       Leer                               Normal
    08       Sand Storm                         Rock
    15       Screech                            Normal
    22       Rock slide                         Rock
    29       Thrash                             Normal
    36/38    Scary Face                         Normal
    43/47    Crunch                             Dark
    50/56/61 Earthquake                         Ground
    57/65/75 Hyperbeam                          Normal
    
    Name(s):249-Lugia
    Type(s): Psychic/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Airolast                           Flying
    11       Safeguard                          Normal
    22       Gust                               Flying
    33       Recover                            Normal
    44       Hydro Pump                         Water
    55       Rain Dance                         Water
    66       Swift                              Normal
    77       Whirlwind                          Normal
    88       Ancient Power                      Rock
    99       Future Sight                       Psychic
    
    Name(s): 250-Ho-Oh
    Type(s): Fire/Flying
    Attacks:
    --       Sacred Fire                        Fire
    11       Safeguard                          Normal
    22       Gust                               Flying
    33       Recover                            Normal
    44       Fire Blast                         Fire
    55       Sunny Day                          Fire
    66       Swift                              Normal
    77       Whirlwind                          Normal
    88       Ancient Power                      Rock
    99       Future Sight                       Psychic
    
    Name(s): 251- Cerebi
    Type(s): Psychic/Grass
    Attacks:
    --       Leech Seed                         Grass
    --       Confusion                          Psychic
    --       Healing Bell                       Normal
    --       Recover                            Normal
    10       Safeguard                          Normal
    20       Ancient Power                      Rock
    30       Future Sight                       Psychic
    40       Baton Pass                         Normal
    50       Perish Song                        Normal
    
    
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
     16. New Moves
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    
    Please note that most of these names are Japanese. I'll get around to translating it later.
    
    New move:		Japanese Name		Type			Description
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Sweet Scent                      		Normal		Causes wild pokemon to
    					    			attack & lowers attack
    
    Scary Face                       		Normal		Lowers speed greatly
    
    Rain Dance	                    		Water		Powers up all Water
    					    			moves for 5 turns
    
    Mystery Protect                  		Normal		Prevents abNormal status
    					    			(ex: sleep, paralized,
    					    			Poisoned)
    
    Sand Storm                       		Rock		Damage all non-Ground,
    					    			Rock or Steel types for
    					    			multi turns
    
    Encore                           		Normal		Makes your enemy use the
    					    			same move it did last round
    					    			for 2 to 6 turns.
    
    Black Gaze                     			Normal		Blocks switching/running
    
    Sparkly                          		Normal		Raises accuracy
    
    Flame Curl                       		Fire		Fire spins around you,
    					    			then hits
    
    Wierd Tackle					Fighting	Some damage, always last
    
    Cross Chop                     			Fighting	Heavy damage
    
    Ghost Helper					Ghost		Drains PP
    
    Wake Up Powder                   		Normal		Moderatly strong attack
    
    Share Pain                       		Normal		Takes average of both
    					    			Pokémon HP, and gives
    					    			that much to both (can
    					    			damage or heal)
    
    Cobweb				 		Bug		Blocks Switching
    
    Curse                            		Unknown		If equipped on a ghost
    								Pokémon, it will stab it-
    								self, and put a curse on
    								you for the amount of HP
    								it took away from itself.
    
    Destiny Bond                         		Ghost		If used the turn before
    					    			you pokemon is KO'd, enemy
    					    			also is KO'd.
    
    Crunch						Evil		Critical Damage
    
    Juke				 		Fighting	If successful, raises evade.
    					    			if unsuccessful, lowers
    					    			accuracy
    
    HP Guard			 		Normal		Prevents from being KO'd for
    					    			1 turn (HP can't go below 1)
    
    Faint Attack			 		Evil		Disapears, then hits enemy
    					    			(100% Accurate)
    
    Chase                            		Evil		Tackle-like move + damage
    					    			when enemy switches.
    					    			(Withdrawn pokemon)
    
    Rollout		                     		Rock		Each attack, damage doubles
    
    Brag				 		Normal		Confuses, but raises enemies
    					    			attack
    
    Delayed Power Punch	Kaman     		Normal		Glows, wait 2 turns, then a
    					    			major punch.
    
    Clairvoyance                     		Psychic		Bide two rounds, then attacks
    					    			dealing major damage
    
    Horrible Note			 		Normal		3 round countdown. If either
    					    			Pokémon is still out, it is
    					    			auto-KO'd
    
    Dandelion                        		Grass		Greatly lowers enemy speed
    
    Tornado                          		Dragon		Moderate Dragon damage
    
    Iron Claw			 		Steel		Very Heavy Damage
    
    Snowfall			 		Ice		Weak Ice Attack
    
    Fire Rain                        		Fire		Raises Fire attack power
    					    			for 5 turns
    
    Dragon Glow                   			Dragon		Glows, then hits.  Massive
    					    			Dragon damage, sometimes
    					    			confuses you though.
    
    MellowMellow					Normal          Greatly Lowers Attack
    
    Angel Kiss                       		Normal		Confuses enemy
    
    Mega Horn                        		Bug		1 hit KO (30% Accurate)
    
    Octazooka                   			Water		50% chance of lowering
    								opponents accuracy by
    								one level.
    
    Present				 		Normal		Large damage sometimes,
    					    			heals others (random, but
    					    			damage more often than not)
    
    Steel Wing			 		Steel		Heavy Attack
    
    Milkdrink			 		Normal		Heals you, and other Pokémon
    
    Holy Fire			 		Fire		Massive Fire Attack
    
    Air Blast			 		Flying		Large Beam, doing much damage
    
    Flail						Normal		Deals Damage based on how
    								much damage you have taken.
    
    Synthesis     	   Kougousei			Grass		25% heal
    
    Spinning Tackle    Kousoku spin  		Normal		Moderate damage
    
    healing            Tsukenohikari 		Normal		Heals 50%, Like Recover
    
    Multi-Rock Throw   Meganichuudo  		Ground		1-10 Rocks are thrown,
    					    			damaging the enemy
    
    Electric Shock     Denjihou      		Electric	Very large bolt
    
    False Swipe          Mineuchi      		Normal		Normal damage, but CANNOT
    					    			lower below 1HP
    
    Poision Sludge     Hedorubakudan 		Poison		Major damage
    
    Bone Spin          Boonrashu     		Ground		Bone spins on enemy.
    
    Star Kick          Keshekaisei   		Fighting   	Powerful kick
    
    Multi-Fight        Kauntaa       		Fighting	Strange attack...
    
    Ultra Slash        Hasamikirochin 		Normal		Masive damage
    
    Beat-Up		   				Evil		Each of your Pokémon use a
    								tackle attack
    
    self hypnosis      Jikoanji      		Normal		Put yourself to sleep
    
    Painful Song       Haradaiko     		Normal		50% damage to self. Singing
    					    			notes and slaping on you.
    
    Recon              Rokuon        		Normal		Raises/lowers stats
    
    Hidden Power			    		Psychic		Unown's only move- May be a
    								normal or psychic move
    
    Homming            Kokoronome			Normal		Homming signs go in, attacks
    
    Ringing Bell	 Iyashinosuzu  			Normal		?????
    
    
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     17. The Casino
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    	What's more addicting than the actual game itself? None other then the two
    different casino games. You can play the origional slot machine in color, or you could
    play the new memory-type game, which is enough reason to buy this game.
    
    	Before you can play, you have to have the coin case. You can obtain the coin case
    underground in Goldenrod City. It's sitting on the floor. Now you can play games at the
    casino!
    
    	There are two cities with casinos located in them. These cities are Goldenrod City,
    where you aquire the Coin Case, and Celadon City, which you won't have access to until much
    later into the game.
    
    	Unlike the older version of Pokémon, the slot machines are not rigged. Well, almost.
    This time, they'll plain old cheat, but what the shocking thing is, they cheat for YOU.
    Ok, you are trying to line up three 7's, which will earn you 300 coins. You get the first
    Seven, no problem. The second time, the seven was only one above your last seven, making
    it impossible to win - this is where the computer cheats, they'll knock that seven that
    wasn't in the right spot to the row with your first seven. Now it is time for your third
    seven. You push A, but you missed! The computer has a few tricks (or 8 662lb Rock Pokémon)
    up their sleeve. 8 Golem's will fall down, knocking down a block each time, if after 8
    Golem's, it lands on Seven, you'll win your 300 coins.
    
            The second, or new game, the memory-type game, the computer will let YOU cheat.
    To do this, go all the way up into the upper-left hand corner and push over and up. You
    will be able to highlight two full rows, either vertically or horizontally instead of
    just one block. This increases your chanses of winning by almost 50%, but it reduces the
    amount you win as well!
    
    
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     18. Pokémon Locations
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    
    NUMBER    	NAME			WHERE                   	VERSION
    
    152     	Chikorita       	New Bark                  	G/S
    153     	Bayleef         	Evolved                 	G/S
    154     	Meganium	       	Evolved                 	G/S
    155     	Cyndaquil	      	New Bark                 	G/S
    156     	Quiliva		     	Evolved                 	G/S
    157     	Typhlosion         	Evolved                 	G/S
    158     	Totodile        	New Bark                	G/S
    159     	Croconaw	       	Evolved                		G/S
    160     	Feraligator          	Evolved                 	G/S
    161     	Sentret          	Route 1,29              	G/S
    162     	Furret	         	Route 1                 	G/S
    163     	Hoothoot       	 	Route 1,2,29,30,31,35,  	G/S
                       	    		Nature Park, 36, 37
                                		(Night)
    164     	Noctowl		      	Route 2,8,12,14,15,43   	G/S
    165     	Ledyba	         	Route 2,30,31,37        	Silver
            	                	(Morning)
    166     	Ledian         		Route 2 (Morning)       	Silver
    167     	Spinarak         	Route 2,30,31,37 (Night)	Gold
    168     	Ariados	        	Route 2 (Night)         	Gold
    169     	Crobat		       	Evolved                 	G/S
    170     	Chinchou         	Fish/New Bark, Azela Town
            	                	(S.S. Aqua), Vermillion
            	                	(S.S. Aqua), Route 21    	G/S
    171     	Lanturn          	????                    	G/S
    172     	Pichu           	Breed Pikachu           	G/S
    173     	Cleffa             	Breed Clefairy          	G/S
    174     	Igglybuff         	Breed Jigglypuff        	G/S
    175     	Togepi          	Egg in Violet City	     	G/S
    176     	Togetic		      	Evolved
    177     	Natu	          	Ruins of Alph	          	G/S
    178     	Xatu	         	Evolved                 	G/S
    179     	Mareep          	Route 32,42,43          	G/S
    180     	Flaffy          	Route 42,43            		G/S
    181     	Araidos         	Evolved                 	G/S
    182     	Bellosom	       	Evolved                 	G/S
    183     	Marril          	Mt. Mortar	             	G/S
    184     	Azumarril        	Evolved                 	G/S
    185     	Suudowoodo          	Route 36 [RARE]         	G/S
    186     	Politoed	       	Evolved by Trading      	G/S
    187     	Hopip            	Route 13,14,15,32,33    	G/S
    188     	Skiploom            	Route 14                	G/S
    189     	Jumpluff         	Evolved                 	G/S
    190     	Aimpom          	Shake Trees @ New Bark    	G/S
    191     	Sunkern		      	Nature Park, Route 24,
            	                	Shake Trees             	G/S
    192     	Sunflora        	Evolved W/Stone         	G/S
    193     	Yanma	        	Route 35 (Night)        	G/S
    194     	Wooper             	Route 32,33             	G/S
    195     	Quagsire             	Route 10,12,13,14,15,26,	G/S
            	                	27, 32, 33
    196     	Espeon            	Evolved Eevee (Day)     	G/S
    197     	Umbreon         	Evolved Eevee (Night)   	G/S
    198     	Murkrow		      	Route 7, 16 (Night)     	G/S
    199     	Slowking	       	Evolved by trading      	G/S
    200     	Misdreavus           	Mt. Silver(Night)	 	G/S
    201     	Unown           	Ruins of Alph              	G/S
    202     	Wobbuffet         	Dark Cave		     	G/S
    203     	Girafarig       	Route 37,43             	G/S
    204     	Pineco		      	Shake Trees Route 31,34,	G/S
            	                	Ilex Forest (Night)
    205     	Forretress       	Evolved                 	G/S
    206     	Dunsparce        	Dark Cave		    	G/S
    207     	Gligar	         	Route 44                	Gold
    208     	Steelix	        	Evolved by trading      	G/S
    209     	Snubble         	Route 30                	G/S
    210     	Granbull	       	Evolved                 	G/S
    211     	Qwilfish         	Fish Route 12,32        	G/S
    212     	Scizor	         	Evolved by trading      	G/S
    213     	Shuckle		      	Cianwood City (Use TMO8)  	G/S
    214     	Heracross	     	Shake Trees     	        G/S
    215     	Sneasel          	Route 28 (Night)        	G/S
    216     	Terriursa        	Route 45                	Gold
    217     	Ursaring         	Route 28, Victory Road, 	Gold
                	            		Mt. Silver
    218     	Slugma		       	Route 16,17,18          	G/S
    219     	Magcargo	      	Evolve Slugma	        	G/S
    220     	Swinub           	Ice Cave                	G/S
    221     	Piloswine           	Evolved                 	G/S
    222     	Corsola          	Fish @ Cianwood City       	G/S
    223     	Remoraid         	Fish @ Route 44         	G/S
    224     	Octillery          	Evolved                 	G/S
    225     	Delibird        	Frost Cave                	Silver
    226     	Mantine	        	Fish Route 44           	Gold
    227     	Skarmory          	Route 45                	Silver
    228     	Houndoor        	Route 7 (Night)         	G/S
    229     	Houndoom          	Evolved                 	G/S
    230     	Kingdra		       	Evolved by trading      	G/S
    231     	Phanphy         	Route 45                	Gold
    232     	Donphan         	Route 28, Victory Road, 	Gold
            	                	Mt. Silver
    233     	Porygon 2       	Evolved by Trading      	G/S
    234     	Stantler	       	Route 36,37             	G/S
    235     	Smeargle          	Ruins of Alph              	G/S
    236     	Tyrogue          	Route 33 Cave           	G/S
    237     	Hitmontop         	Evolved                 	G/S
    238     	Smoochum         	Breed Jynx              	G/S
    239     	Elekid	        	Breed Electabuzz        	G/S
    240     	Magby           	Breed Magmar            	G/S
    241     	Miltank		       	Route 38,39             	G/S
    242     	Blissey	        	Evolved                 	G/S
    243     	Raikou          	Everywhere in Johto side,	G/S
            	                	except for buildings and
            	                	caves
    244     	Entei           	Everywhere in Johto side,	G/S
            	                	except for buildings and
            	                	caves
    245     	Suikun          	Everywhere in Johto side,	G/S
            	                	except for buildings and
            	                	caves
    246     	Larvitar        	Mt. Silver	         	G/S
    247     	Pupitar		      	Evolve Larvitar         	G/S
    248     	Tyranitar       	Evolve Pupitar		       	G/S
    249     	Lugia           	Whirl Islands [rare]     	G/S
    250     	Ho-Oh           	Tin Tower [rare]		G/S
    251     	Celebi	         	Nintendo Promotions (If any)  	G/S
    
    
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     19. Daily Events
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    	The great thing about Pokémon Gold/Silver is something is always happening! You'll
    find at least one event every day, which makes the re-play valuse of the game go way up!
    Below is a list of the events that happen every day.
    
    
    
    SUNDAY
    Sunny of Sunday - Sunny will give you a Magnet on Sundays. He appears on Route 37.
    S.S. Aqua - Travels from Vermillion City to Olivine City.
    Bug Catching Contest - The Bug Catching Contest does not take Place.
    Radio - Pokémon March (Raises chance of encountering random Pokémon while playing)
    Goldenrod Shops - Herb Shop
    Haircut Brother in Goldenrod - Younger Haircut Brother
    Rival at Indigo Plateau - You do not face your rival today.
    Other Events - TM27 from woman in Goldenrod Dept. Store if your Pokémon are happy, TM21
    if they aren't happy.
    
    
    MONDAY
    Monica of Monday - Monica will give you the Sharp Beak on Mondays. She appears on Route
    40.
    S.S. Aqua - Travels from Olivine City to Vermillion City.
    Bug Catching Contest - The Bug Catching Contest does not take Place.
    Radio - Pokémon Lullaby (Lowers chance of encountering random Pokémon while playing)
    Goldenrod Shops - Bargin Shop (Open ONLY during the Morning hours)
    Haircut Brother in Goldenrod - No one is on duty today
    Rival at Indigo Plateau - Battle!
    Other Events - Bring a Pokémon with Strength to Mt. Moon at night to get a Moon Stone
    from top.
    
    
    TUESDAY
    Tuscany of Tuesday - Tuscany will give you the Pink Bow's on Tuesdays. She appwars on
    Route 29.
    S.S. Aqua - The S.S. Aqua does not sail on this day.
    Bug Catching Contest - You may participate in the Bug Catching Contest once.
    Radio - Pokémon March (Raises chance of encountering random Pokémon while playing)
    Goldenrod Shops - There are no Shops open on this day.
    Haircut Brother in Goldenrod - Older Haircut Brother
    Rival at Indigo Plateau - You do not face your rival today.
    Other Events - You can watch your rival train in the Dragon's Den.
    
    
    WEDNESDAY
    Wesley of Wednesday - Wesley will give you the Black Belt on Tuesdays. He appears at the
    Lake of Rage.
    S.S. Aqua - Travels from Vermillion City to Olivine City.
    Bug Catching Contest - The Bug Catching Contest does not take Place.
    Radio - Pokémon Lullaby (Lowers chance of encountering random Pokémon while playing)
    Goldenrod Shops - There are no Shops open on this day.
    Haircut Brother in Goldenrod - Younger Haircut Brother
    Rival at Indigo Plateau - Battle!
    Other Events - There are no other events on this day.
    
    
    THURSDAY
    Arthur of Thursday - Arthur will give you the Hard Stone on Thursdays. He appears on Route
    36.
    S.S. Aqua - The S.S. Aqua does not sail on this day.
    Bug Catching Contest - You may participate in the bug Catching Contest once.
    Radio - Pokémon March (Raises chance of encountering random Pokémon while playing)
    Goldenrod Shops - There are no Shops open on this day.
    Haircut Brother in Goldenrod - Older Haircut Brother
    Rival at Indigo Plateau - You do not face your rival today.
    Other Events - You can watch your Rival train his Pokémon in the Dragon's Den.
    
    
    FRIDAY
    Frieda of Friday - Frieda will give you the Poision Barb on Fridays. She appears on Route
    39.
    S.S. Aqua - Travels from Olivine City to Vermillion City.
    Bug Catching Contest - The Bug Catching Contest does not take Place.
    Radio - Pokémon Lullaby (Lowers chance of encountering random Pokémon while playing)
    Goldenrod Shops - There are no Shops open on this day.
    Haircut Brother in Goldenrod - Younger Haircut Brother
    Rival at Indigo Plateau - You do not face your rival today.
    Other Events - Lapras Appears in Union Cave! Bring a Pokémon with Surf!
    Other Events - A New ID number for the ID Number Contest is announced on the Lucky
    Station in the Goldenrod Radio Tower.
    
    
    SATURDAY
    Santos of Saturday - Santos will give you the Spell Tag on Saturdays. He appears in Black-
    thorn City.
    S.S. Aqua - The S.S. Aqua does not sail on this day
    Bug Catching Contest - You may participate in The Bug Catching Contest once.
    Radio - Pokémon March (Raises chance of encountering random Pokémon while playing)
    Goldenrod Shops - Herb Shop
    Haircut Brother in Goldenrod - Older Haircut Brother
    Rival at Indigo Plateau - You do not face your rival today.
    
    
    
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     20. Pokémon Pikachu2 GS
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    
    
    	What is compatible with Pokémon Gold is Pokémon Pikachu2 GS, the sequel to Pokémon
    Pikachu. Not only is it all in color, but you can trade your 'watts' in for items that are
    valuable in Pokémon Gold/Silver. This is a list of the items you can obtain from Pokémon
    Pikachu2 GS.
    
    WATTS      |   ITEM
    -------------------------
    100 ~ 199  |   Berry
    200 ~ 299  |   Bitter Berry
    300 ~ 399  |   Great Ball
    400 ~ 499  |   Max Repel
    500 ~ 599  |   Ether
    600 ~ 699  |   Miracle Berry
    700 ~ 799  |   Gold Berry
    800 ~ 899  |   Elixer
    900 ~ 998  |   Revive
    999 ~ 999  |   Rare Candy
    
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     21. Glitches and Errors
    *-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
    	These Glitches and Errors are contributed by readers, and I have not and will not
    test them. USE THEM AT YOUR OWN RISK, and if something happens to you, don't blame me, I
    gave you fair warning.
    
    
    Following Glitch Contributed by: Jon Evans
    POKEMON MARCH/LULLABY
    There's a fun glitch you can exploit almost anytime: Any of you night owls take heed,
    because as the clock rolls over to midnight, some things you can STILL do! For instance,
    say it's 11:59 pm on Tuesday, and you're playing the Pokémon March. After a couple battles,
    it's now 12:05 am on Wednesday. The Pokémon March is STILL playing! As long as you don't
    enter any towns or buildings (or exit any dungeons), or turn the Gameboy off, it'll STILL
    play! Ditto on the Pokémon Lullaby. Also, an even wierder thing is that the lady who
    normally appears in the Goldenrod Dept. Store on Sundays will still be there on Monday...as
    long as you don't leave the room or turn the game off. Odder still, them
    day-of-the-week-kids will stay there until you enter a building! I've had this happen with
    Monica (Rt. 40) and Santos (Blackthorn City), AND in this case, I'd saved the game and
    turned it off RIGHT by them, thinking they'd be gone! They weren't...until I went in a
    building!
    
    
    The following glitch was contributed by: Anonymous
    CLONING ITEMS/POKEMON
    NOTE:If done incorrectly,it can corrupt your file! Use with caution!
    
    1.Put a Pokemon into the PC. Don't withdraw anything,or it'll be deleted!
    2.Change boxes.
    3.When it says "Saving",turn off the power.
    4.Your Pokemon should be cloned,and if it was holding an item,the item'll
    also be copied. It's very useful with high-priced items,Metal Coats,
    King's Rocks,Rare Candies,and other stat-boosters.
    
    
    The following glitch was contributed by: Bunny Destiny
    SHINY DITTO
    The best way to get a Shiny Pokémon is to breed a Shiny Ditto with another Pokémon. But,
    where do you get a Shiny Ditto?
    What you need:
    Red Gyarados (The Red Gyarados from Rage Lake)
    Mimic TM (RBY Version TM)
    Access to RBY Grass with Wild Dittos (such as near Victory Road and in Unknown Dungeon)
    
    1) Trade Red Gyarados to a Red or Blue version (may work with Yellow as well).
    2) Teach Gyarados Mimic.
    3) Battle a Wild Ditto.
    4) Mimic "Transform".
    5) Wild Ditto transforms into Gyarados.
    6) Transform Gyarados into the Wild Ditto.
    7) Wild Ditto transforms into Gyarados.
    8) Catch Wild Ditto.
    
    If successful, the Wild Ditto's Defense, Speed, and Special will all be the same. If so,
    then congratulations! You's just passed Red Gyarados' DVs over for a Shiny Ditto!
    
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     22. Coming Soon
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    Future Versions of this FAQ:
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    Strategy Guides also avalible by Gerad:
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     23. Version History
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    		-Major updates/changes to all sections.
    
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    		-Finished Pokémon Abilities Chart
    		-Updated FAQ section
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    		-Worked on Mystery Gift Section
    		-Started and finished Daily Events Section
    		-Started and progressed on Items Section
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    	-Version 0.25
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